Event Details

Date
Sep 24, 2021
Time
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Place
In the wing lecture room

This panel will explore the scientific research and ethical and artistic inspiration behind the multimedia art installation Siren—Listening to Another Species on Earth on view at the Johnson (September 23–26). Siren collaborators Annie Lewandowski and Kyle McDonald will discuss how scientific research on whale song and an ethical imperative converge in their artistic collaboration, while Hawaii Marine Mammal Consortium (HMMC) biologists Chris Gabriele and Dr. Adam Frankel will share about their ongoing conservation, research, and education efforts on humpback whales in Hawaii.

Free registration to view this talk virtually is made possible through eCornell. Click here to register.

This lecture and installation are part of The Whale Listening Project, which will take place in person at Cornell University from Thursday, September 23 through Sunday, September 26, 2021. The Whale Listening Project is organized by the Department of Music and made possible through the generous support of the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability, the Cornell Council for the Arts, the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity, Media Art Xploration, and the Johnson Museum of Art. Thank you to Keeton, Becker, and Bethe Houses for providing accommodations.

All events are free and open to the public. Masks are required inside the Museum. In-person seating for the lecture will be limited.