Anthro(Site) is Alison Safford’s meditation on the motion of bodies—human, celestial, and terrestrial—as they converge, collide, depart, or reunite through random or cyclical events, instances of migration and mortality, and orientations to place and space.

Learn more about Anthro(Site) on the Berman website.

Professor Cari Freno is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Learn more about her artwork at her website carifreno.com.  

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