Print Screen antics

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June 15, 2017 18:22

Gil Nissim and Leslie Ruckman are more than happy to use state-of-the-art technology but also want to draw our attention to the natural world on our doorstep.




SurveillAnts

Ants become artists in SurveillAnts. (photo credit:GAL NISSIM AND LESLIE RUCKMAN)

There are those among us who eagerly anticipate the latest developments in technological gizmos, who simply have to have the brand new iPhone, or the most gargantuan-dimensioned and sharpest sharp-screened TV.

There are also some of us – probably the minority – who try to get by with as much an organic, hands-on existence as possible. We might go as far as to dub the latter technophobes or, on a kinder note, simply more in tune with Mother Nature and less enamored with the scientific achievements of personkind.

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