|Lamson Library and Learning Commons proudly presents the photography of New Hampshire artist and PSU alum, Keri McLeod. This collection of six silver gelatin prints is McLeod’s reflection on the Wilderness Act of 1964, which “provides criteria for determining suitability and establishes restrictions on activities that can be undertaken on a designated area told. McLeod states, the act “told Americans that they could enter certain lands but it urged them to make their visits brief, leaving no mark of their passage.” Evidence of cultural objects within distinctly natural landscapes reminds the viewer of the complex relationship between nature and culture.
Keri McLeod’s photographs will be on display in Lamson Library from February 5th through June 4th, 2010.
Books, Keri McLeod: Near Barton, SC, Silver Gelatin Print, 16×20 inches, 2005
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