"UnNatural History," a series of large-scale photographs depicting the ways humans objectify nature, will be on display in the Center for Faith and Life Gallery starting Tuesday.
The artist, Diane Fox, photographs dioramas in Natural History Museums. Using reflection and including items within the diorama meant to be unseen, Fox explores the disconnect within the human/animal relationship. "It is this dichotomy between the real and the unreal, the version of life portrayed and the actuality of death, the inherent beauty of the animals within their fabricated environment and the understanding of its invention, which finds me both attracted and repelled," said Fox.
The exhibit is open to the public with no charge for admission.