Photographer Laurie Brown (born 1937) has documented mankind’s relationship to the landscape in its least comfortable forms, dwelling especially on zones that form a no-man’s-land between the man-made and the natural. Her panoramas of suburban development are at once melancholy and slightly comic, distressing and strangely beautiful. The wry invitation that they offer to ponder issues of the environment make them an ideal complement to the museum’s Art & Nature festival.
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