Students in Professor of Visual Arts Jeff Whetstone’s spring course, “The Visible Wild,” share work from a class that combines photography with environmental science. In the course, students learned techniques of wildlife surveillance photography using remote cameras to document animal populations on and around Princeton’s campus. The photographs and apparatus are considered as both ecological research and works of art. Featuring works by students Maria Fleury ’22, Kate Joyce ’24, Ay Marsh ’23, Trystin McCann ’23, Maya Mishra ’22, Logan Oyama ’24, Hannah Reynolds ’22, Zach Shevin ’22, Mayu Takeuchi ’23, George Triplett ’22, Claire Wayner ’22 , Emily Yu ’22 and Professor Whetstone.
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