Jamey Stillings, Changing Perspectives: Renewable Energy and the Shifting Human Landscape

Thursday, November 16, 2017, 6 p.m.
, George Eastman Museum
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    Jamey Stillings (American, b. 1955). #8170, 19 February 2015 over Desert Sunlight photovoltaic power plant, California USA. © 2015 Jamey Stillings 

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    Jamey Stillings (American, b. 1955).  #12963, 9 October 2015 over Crescent Dunes concentrated solar power plant, Nevada USA. © 2015 Jamey Stillings 

Through his ongoing project Changing Perspectives, Jamey Stillings explores our complicated history as a fossil fuel–dependent society now shifting toward renewable energy. His aerial photographs both inspire and raise challenging questions about land and resource use, while revealing differing perspectives and contradictions within the environmental movement, energy industry, and local communities. Stillings's previous projects include The Bridge at Hoover Dam, The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar, and documenting the construction of the Bausch & Lomb building (1994–95) in downtown Rochester during his nineteen years in the city.

Generously sponsored by museum member Dr. Thomas N. Tischer.

Event Details

Thursday, November 16, 2017
6 p.m.
George Eastman Museum
Members Free
$6 nonmembers
$3 students with ID