Systems help artists, scientists, researchers, and scholars across disciplines organize their thoughts and the world around them—categorizing and sorting both concrete objects and abstract concepts. From symbolic languages to ethnography, from environmental surveying to the writing of Black history, how can visual art highlight different facets of this interdisciplinary approach?
Join Lead Sessionists Danielle Raad and Yechen Zhao, postdoctoral fellows at the Yale University Art Gallery, in this Session to discuss how their new installation of photography at the Yale University Art Gallery addresses the overlap between artistic and scientific methodologies.
Danielle Raad (Ph.D., Anthropology) is the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman–Joan Whitney Payson Fellow in the Education Department at the Yale University Art Gallery. Yechen Zhao (Ph.D., Art History) is the Marcia Brady Tucker Fellow in the Department of Photography at the Yale University Art Gallery.