Carol Cunningham Turner
Eagle River, Alaska (USA)
Carol Cunningham Turner explores ecology and its adaptation under the pressures of both global warming and human intervention. Interested in materiality and design tropes, Turner is known for her photographic, installation, and curatorial work, which documents scientific archives and promotes conservation themes.
Responsive to Zoos, National Parks, and Social Media environments, Carol draws inspiration from her background in conservation education and growing up on a ranch in central Oklahoma. Her work has shown in museums and galleries across the United States, including Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, Non-Fiction Gallery, and the University of Wisconsin.