today i framed my last piece for the show. this one was more personal, so i could have kept editing it forever! it’s based on a titi monkey family i followed around while working as a research assistant in bolivia. more stories to come when i get a decent scan.
here they are demonstrating their unique tail-twining behavior, a bonding activity like human hand holding. i really miss these guys.
our individual galleries for the program website are up! see my work and the rest of my talented 2012 class here (we’re conveniently highlighted as “new”). note: it’s still missing two people, so be sure to check for updates. i think it’s pretty neat you can see the past work of all the program graduates dating back to ‘97. i’m pretty sure i obsessively went through them all as a wee application hopeful just over a year ago. and now my name has a space among them. it’s a strange feeling.
another thing: kqed quest did an article on our physical gallery show a while back, which i forgot to post. they had some pretty kind things to say. find it here.