Montshire Exhibit Focuses On Time-Lapse Photography

August 21, 2012

in Entertainment,News

Montshire Museum of Science will present an exhibit of time-lapse photography and movies called “sLowlife,” opening September 15.
sLowlife is an exciting exhibition that uses science, art, and technology to provide alternative dimensions for experiencing plants. It presents unusual and sometimes unnerving perspectives on how a plant reacts, both short-term and long-term, to its inner and outer worlds. Using scientific data from the plant studies on which the exhibition was based, nationally known composer John Gibson, Indiana University, created a fascinating musical score to accompany the exhibition.
For information, contact the museum at 802-649-2200 or visit


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Amelia Barney August 21, 2012 at 11:53 am

Thanks for the information. Should be a good exhibit.

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