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The George Eastman Museum, the Rochester Cocktail Revival, and Absolut Vodka team up to bring you Stirred, Not Shaken, an evening of martinis and artwork inspired by James Bond.
If you like camping, hiking, and large format photography, this is the workshop for you.
In 1936, American ornithologist James Bond (1900–1989) published the definitive taxonomy Birds of the West Indies. Ian Fleming, an active bird-watcher living in Jamaica, appropriated the author's name for his novel's lead character. This appropriation was the first in a series of substitutions and replacements that would become central to the construction of the Bond narrative. Uniting Bond the ornithologist with 007, Taryn Simon uses the title and format of the ornithologist’s taxonomy for her work.