If you thought that dissecting frogs in biology class was cool, then you’ll like Brandon Ballengee who is equal parts biologist, activist, and artist. Working side by side with professors and researchers, he studies environmental impacts on animals like frogs and birds and then finds ways to display the findings through photography and installation, giving a voice to animals whose habitats and bodies have deteriorated due to pollution and the construction.

His show “Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms” is at the Ronald Feldman Gallery in NYC until June 16th.

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