Diary of a Vulture
Roadkill lies (quite literally) on the threshold between wilderness and technoculture. It is one phenomenon of many that form a complex web of human-animal interactions; unlike hunting or farming, however, roadkill is an accident, an unintentional byproduct of predator extirpation and automobility. In Diary of a Vulture, I take on the role of scavenger and explore how--and why--one might find purpose in a roadkilled body.
On view at Work Commons
This work is featured as part of Exchanges: How We Got Here, The 2018 Stamps Senior Show, unfolding during the month of April in four exhibition sites throughout the city of Ann Arbor: the Michigan Theater, Duderstadt Video Studio, Work Commons in the Art & Architecture Building, and Stamps Gallery. Each space will host key exhibition events including film/video screenings, live performance, and opening receptions. Check the exhibition page for dates, times and hours.