Environmental justice exhibition
Silent Fall is an environmental justice exhibition on the decline of biodiversity by Canadian multidisciplinary artist Dominique Paul, curated by Ayelet Danielle Aldouby. Silent Fall surveys Paul's work in the last decade, highlighting species at risk in the Americas. Using photography, video, interactivity and mixed-media installations, the exhibit, as Aldouby writes, "inspires us to collaborate as compassionate beings and reclaim our role as temporary guardians of a vanishing world."
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