“Instinct Extinct” Photo Gallery
Art and design intersect with the natural sciences at “Instinct Extinct: The Great Pacific Flyway,” a multi-disciplinary art and design installation that celebrates the biology, beauty, and bounty of the Pacific Flyway. The exhibition at the UC Davis Design Museum runs through Nov. 12.
The Pacific Flyway is viewed through a range of lenses: wildlife habitat, agricultural heartland, recreational commons, conservation story, and inspirational phenomena for artists, writers and everyone in California and beyond.
These images in this photo gallery capture the collaborative partnership of the visual artist team which includes UC Davis art professors Glenda Drew and Ann Savageau, and Valerie Constantino from Sacramento State University as well as with various organizations, associations, agencies, scientists, and scholars.
Photos by Barbara Molloy, copyright UC Regents