No Dark in Sight: Light and the Night it Transforms
Featuring a new body of work by Bill Davis, Associate Professor and Area Co-Coordinator of Photography and Intermedia, the exhibition No Dark in Sight examines light pollution in such locations as Kalamazoo, Las Vegas, and Machu Picchu in Peru.
Acknowledgments: This project is supported by funds from the Western Michigan University Faculty Research and Creative Activities Award, The International Educational Faculty Development Fund, and the Faculty Sustainability Research and Creative Activities Pilot Project Grant funded by the Milton Ratner Foundation.
The project is also supported by the Millennium Alliance for Humanities in the Biosphere (Stanford University), The Las Vegas and Kalamazoo Astronomical Societies, Hernan Hermoza Gamarra - Guia Official - El Instituto de Educación Superior “Antonio Lorena”- Cusco - Ministerio de Educación (Peru), Centro Selva (Peru), Pavlovka, Come In, and International House Galleries (Ukraine), Ra del Ray (Madrid, Spain), The VASA Project, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, Polly Magazine and WMU Office for Sustainability.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Davis, Bill, "No Dark in Sight: Light and the Night it Transforms" (2019). Faculty Research and Creative Activities Award (FRACAA) Recipients. 81.