photography, Western Michigan University

Megan Bahus

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Megan Bahus
Art 3470 – Digital Photography 1
Photo Manipulation Digital Print
8.5″ x 10″ (ideally 12′ x 24′”)
20 Images Total
The Endangered Sequence

This series explores the ideas of everyday human habitation combined with existing alongside our animal counterparts specifically the endangered. These photos explore ideas and questions raised by a book trilogy I am reading known as “The Partial Sequence” by Dan Wells. The book series explores a post-apocalyptic world in which the humans were poorly effected but there were no mention of the animals that survived as well; they were seemingly unaffected and thus my curiosities about this irony was born. These photos are meant to be posted as card stock flyers to be flung along the campuses as the animal rights activist scream “be an advocate!” or to be printed in large, mini billboard format to confront the daily driver as they speed down 94 avoiding the boys in blue.

1 thought on “Megan Bahus”

  1. I really like these because they are really different and unique. I enjoy the manipulations you did to these photos to emphasize the different prints and colors of each animal.

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