Monday, March 4th through Monday, March 18th
Biology building, Second floor, Study space.
Using the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), students explore the miniature world on a colossal scale. Conceptually, they considered the contrast between the microscopic and their worldview. Using the diptych format, they literally juxtaposed these two interpretations by setting them side-by-side.
One image produced with the SEM, while the other image was shot using a HOLGA toy plastic camera. In the spirit of building bridges and working in a cross-disciplinary context, the students were required to train on the Scanning Electron Microscope, and the exhibition is on display in the Biology building.
Joe Addison, Aileen Aguon, Nina Bilger, Kerry Butowicz, Ella Caplan, Cierra Coppock, Miranda Dean, Chloe Dichter, Payton Dickerson, Shea Dieter, Sam Galus, Michelle Colby Hughes, Emily Keogh, Matthew Marinez, Haelee Roman, Morgan Stewart, Jackson Sweeny, Adam Vincent
Special thanks to Nathan Cranston, MacKenzie Hattrup, Franchine Ninh, Isaac Sussman, Garth Amundson, Ellen Kuhlmann, and Peter Thut
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