Park Life by Maryland Institute College of Art

Park Life is a physical installation consisting of painted panels that visualizes the diversity of animal life found in five U.S. National Parks: Death Valley, Glacier, Grand Teton, Hot Springs, and Shenandoah. Using data from the National Park Service's Species Lists, each panel forms a unique snapshot of a single park that allows the viewer to see beyond often familiar landscapes to “witness” the hidden life within.

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