By Kat Murrell
Third Coast Daily
September 13, 2013
Artist Steve Rowell is currently based in Chicago but spent a year living in Green Bay. During that time he pursued a project in the north woods juxtaposing aspects of the human, animal, and natural environment captured through discreet technology – resulting in Uncanny Sensing, an exhibition on view at Inova through this Sunday.
Rowell is the program manager at the Center for Land Use Interpretation and received Creative Capital grants for this project, which builds upon his previous work and techniques. The exhibition includes large-scale photographs, videos, maps, and audio through which the landscape and its inhabitants are seen, but always with the tacit insertion of human presence in overt and covert ways...
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