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From Scales to Feathers The Avian Art Works of Brandon Ballengee


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Artist and biologist Brandon Ballengée creates transdisciplinary artwork inspired by his ecological fieldwork and his laboratory research. Since 1996, his central focus of investigation has been the occurrence of developmental deformities and population declines among amphibians. From Scales to Feathers examines his artwork related to birds in addition to a career survey of his research and artwork.

Essays by Roel Arkesteijn, curator of contemporary art at Museum Het Domein, in Sittard; Joanne H. Cooper, senior curator in the Bird Group, Department of Life Sciences, Natural History Museum, Tring, Hertfordshire, England; KuyDelair is a poet, musician, and performer; Robert S. Mattison is the Marshall R. Metzgar Professor of Art History at Lafayette College; and a specialist in modern and contemporary art; James A. Secord is director of the Darwin Correspondence Project and professor of history and philosophy of science at the University of Cambridge.

Illustrated with artwork by Brandon Ballengée

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Description Artist and biologist Brandon Ballengée creates transdisciplinary artwork inspired by his ecological fieldwork and his laboratory research. Since 1996, his central focus of investigation has been the occurrence of developmental deformities and population declines among amphibians. From Scales to Feathers examines his artwork related to birds in addition to a career survey of his research and artwork.

Essays by Roel Arkesteijn, curator of contemporary art at Museum Het Domein, in Sittard; Joanne H. Cooper, senior curator in the Bird Group, Department of Life Sciences, Natural History Museum, Tring, Hertfordshire, England; KuyDelair is a poet, musician, and performer; Robert S. Mattison is the Marshall R. Metzgar Professor of Art History at Lafayette College; and a specialist in modern and contemporary art; James A. Secord is director of the Darwin Correspondence Project and professor of history and philosophy of science at the University of Cambridge.

Illustrated with artwork by Brandon Ballengée