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Nesto Photography Exhibit Featured Student Work

Nesto Photography Exhibit Featured Student Work

In the fall, the Nesto Gallery exhibited “I Need ___ To Breathe” as a 150-foot outdoor fence installed in front of the Kellner Performing Arts Center. (also inside in the Arts Commons Gallery). “I Need ___ To Breathe” was an interactive portrait project created by photography teacher Scott Nobles, in collaboration with three Advanced Photography students—THEA CHUNG ’21, LAUREN WALKER ‘21, and MADDIE WEILER ‘21; and assistance from SEBASTIAN PARK ‘21 with computer programming.

Photographic portraits and audio recordings of more than 250 participants were captured at multiple Black Lives Matter events, rallies, protests, and vigils throughout the summer of 2020. Along the fence were QR codes that viewers could scan with their smartphones to listen to the important and meaningful voices of the individual participants as they completed the statement

“I need ___ to breathe.” The images featured inside the Arts Commons Gallery highlighted the portraits of those participants who were from the Milton Academy community.

A GENERATION LOOKS AHEAD

The past year has brought about difficult new realities. For those entering adulthood—dubbed Generation Z—a return to “normal” will involve fundamental change. In this issue, the Milton community looks toward the future and discusses how we will work, learn, laugh, cry, and live together in the decades ahead.