An ongoing investigation into the impact of 19th century botanical adventurers on culture shapes questions posed in an exhibition in a now defunct Veterinarian College.
Artists Interpret a Colonial Collection of 125,660 Indonesian Specimens
Intended or not, the words used around collections set agendas, and what is collected and what remains absent is always political.
Front to Back, Top to Bottom, a New Book Series Reimagines How We Read
SYNAPSE curators Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin set out to investigate the Anthropocene hypothesis: that humanity’s impact on the earth has been so great that it necessitates a new geological age.