Animal Locomotion (detail), 1887, Eadweard J. Muybridge. Collotype. The J. Paul Getty Museum

Hide and See: The Photographic Blind as a Technology of Animal Representation


Museum Lecture Hall

Matthew Brower, curator at the University of Toronto Art Gallery, examines the development of live animal photography in nature at the end of the 19th century by focusing on the adaptation of hunting techniques—especially the hunting blind—by photographers aiming to capture images of animals. Complements the exhibition In Focus: Animalia.

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