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Manabu Miyazaki uses a self-devised system of infrared sensors and robotic cameras to get wild animals to unwittingly take self portraits.

The title of the exhibition, “The Pencil of Nature,” takes its name from a publication by the British photography pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877). In “The Pencil of Nature” Talbot referred to photography as a way of taking portraits that are self-“drawn” in light, a concept that can be applied here.

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