Alice Hargrave in conversation with Gavin Van Horn from Centers for Humans and Nature and Stephanie Touzalin from Willowbrook Wildlife Center, moderated by David Ouellette
The Visiting Artist Series presents Alice Hargrave in conversation with Gavin Van Horn from Centers for Humans and Nature and Stephanie Touzalin from Willowbrook Wildlife Center, moderated by David Ouellette
Alice Hargrave, a photo based artist working in Chicago, IL, incorporates sound and video within layered installations of her photographic imagery in space. Her work reflects on the notion of impermanence: environmental insecurity, habitat loss, and species extinctions. Hargrave recently collaborated with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology NY, to create her widely exhibited project Last Calls/Pink Noise— portraits of threatened birds and other species using sound waves of their calls in the wild. Hargrave’s work is included in permanent collections such as The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Art Institute of Chicago Artist Book Collection, and The Ruttenberg Collection. Her work has been exhibited at The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Yale University Art Gallery, The Smart Museum, The Tweed Museum of Art, Lanzhou China Foto Festival, The Griffin Museum of Photography, among others. Her work has appeared in Huffington Post, BBC News, and ARTNET. Formerly a full time professor at Columbia College Chicago, Hargrave has decided to teach part time while pursuing commissions and conservation work. Click here for more info.
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