Friday, March 26, 2010

Sex and Space Use

Walking through the Juanita Greer White Life Sciences Building (WHI) on the UNLV campus yesterday, I ran across this flier (reproduced here from an image I took with my phone). In the interest of communicating art-related events in Vegas, it seems like a lecture with the title Sex and Space Use in the Outskirts of Sin City: A Rattlesnake's Perspective pretty much fits the bill. Xavier Glaudas is a PhD candidate at UNLV. The images in the flier immediately reminded me of the following images by Ralph Gibson from his series Deja-Vu (1972, top) and Days at Sea (1974, bottom). The last two images are courtesy of Glaudas' Crotalus Mitchellii webpage.

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