Sam Easterson’s Burrow-Cams appears as part of Between Species at UVP Everson from February 11 – March 26, 2016.

About the Work
Total Run Time: 3:00

Burrow-Cams features footage from cameras that have been placed inside underground animal habitats (dens, burrows, etc.). Animals showcased include: burrowing owl, black-footed ferret, porcupine, badger, prairie vole, swift fox, deer mouse, and black tailed prairie dog.

Burrow-Cams is presented courtesy of Video Data Bank.


About the Artist

Sam Easterson is an award winning video artist with over a decade of experience collecting wildlife imagery for museum, web and television venues. Past venues include the Whitney Museum of American Art (Biennial), the Exploratorium, dOCUMENTA (13), Discovery Channel, the International Center of Photography, The Learning Channel, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Late Show With David Letterman (CBS), MASS MoCA, MTV, the Walker Art Center and Animal Planet, among others. Select press: Newsweek, NPR, The New York Times, CNN, The LA TimesThe Boston GlobeHarper’sAudubon Magazine andThe New Yorker, among others. Select speaking: Yale, UCLA, KSU, Auburn, USC and UVA, among others. Select grants/awards: Louis Comfort Tiffany prize, Creative Capital grant, Margaret Hall Silva Foundation grant, Durfee grant and Yellow Fox Foundation grant, among others.

Easterson is a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City.

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