66 birds/3 degrees: Go see this exhibit

 

January 17, 2024

Nancy Crowell

art by Natalie Niblack

As a birder and wildlife photographer I am keenly aware of the impact climate change is having on our wild neighbors. Still, when I saw Natalie Niblack's extraordinary exhibit "66 Birds/3 degrees," a part of "Surge: Mapping Transition, Displacement and Agency in Times of Climate Change" exhibition curated by Chloe Dye Sherpe at the Museum of Northwest Art, I did not expect the emotional response I had to Niblack's work. As I walked the room, viewing her bird paintings, their individual songs began to play thanks to a motion-activated sensor with each painting. Each song built upon the last...



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