Human Impact Audio Tour

The works in the show (sculpture and photographs) were curated by Tim Trelease and will function as a catalyst for a student show in April, 2016, focusing on themes relating to human impact, works which consider the cultural, environmental, scientific, or political crossroads at which we now find ourselves.

Below is an audio tour being used for the French Language Courses.
This tour was designed and written by Sevrin Sarachek, Class of 2017.

Audio Tour – French

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Introduction – 1

 

Introduction – 2

 

Andrew Moore. Photo Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery

Audio Guide – Vine Covered House

 

Sebastiao Salgado: Iceberg between Paulet Island and the South Shetland Islands on the Antarctic Channel. At sea level, earlier flotation levels are clearly visible where the ice has been polished by the ocean’s constant movement. High above, a shape resembling a castle tower has been carved by wind erosion and detached pieces of ice. The Antarctic Peninsula. January and February 2005. Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery.

Audio Guide – Fortress of Solitude

 

Discussion Question

 

Andrew Moore: Abandoned Missile Base. Photo Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery

Andrew Moore: Abandoned Missile Base. Photo Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery

Audio Guide – Abandoned Missile Base

 

Discussion Question

 

Richard Misrach. Courtesy of the Alvarez family.

Richard Misrach. Courtesy of the Alvarez family.

Audio Guide – Untitled (woman floating at sea)

 

Discussion Question

 

Andrew Moore: Gypsy Camp. Photo Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery

Audio Guide – Gypsy Camp

 

Discussion Question

Andrew Moore. Photo Courtesy of the artist and the Yancey/Richardson Gallery

Audio Guide – Vladimir and Misha

 

Discussion Question

 

Brian Vanden Brink: Eldorado, Maryland, 1996. Courtesy of the artist.

Audio Guide – Eldorado, Maryland, 1996

 

Discussion Question