The Scream of the Forest, by Robin Rowland Photography, showing in the Upstairs Gallery at the Kitimat Museum & Archives from January 10 to February 29, 2020.
The forest is screaming, a symbol of environmental catastrophe.
A few years ago, Robin Rowland noticed a knot on an old stump that bore a remarkable resemblance to Edward Munch’s famous paintings collectively known as “The Scream.”
Since then he has been photographing the old knot in all four seasons, winter, spring, summer and fall and in all weather conditions, rain, snow, mist, and summer sun.
Rowland states, “As the world hurtles toward climate catastrophe, species extinction and destruction of biodiversity, the trees and plants have no voice in the polarized political debates—but make no mistake the forest IS screaming.”
by Robin Rowland
When: January 23, 2020, at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum.
Join Robin Rowland, author, photographer and writer, at the Kitimat Museum & Archives in the Upstairs Gallery for a Photographer’s Talk. Robin will be speaking about his documented eight-year photography project, “The Scream of the Forest – a Symbol of Environmental Catastrophe”. Light refreshments will be served.