The common SENSE, 2014
Hamilton scans a selection of animal specimens from the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture to create a memento-mori bestiary. The scans are cropped and printed on newsprint pads that let visitors tear off a favorite print and take it with them. Hamilton describes the work as “an address to the finitude and threatened extinctions we share across species—a lacrimosa, an elegy, for a future being lost.”
Read more about the exhibit here.