Heading photo: installation process with the assistance of Rachel Long [photo: Alice Dubiel]. Here are the twelve texts as seen in plaques in the installation at MoNA, continuing through January 7, 2019

Alice Dubiel: The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis [installation view], 2018, acrylic mixed media and digital media on paper and wood, commercially prepared and mounted text plaques, 215 cm (H) x 559 cm (W) [photo: Alice Dubiel]

Fauna
read left to right
myotis yumanensis
[yuma myotis (bat)]
oncorhynchus tshawytscha [Fraser River king salmon]
anthus rubescens [American pipet]
plebjus anna [Anna’s blue]
araniella displicata [6 spotted orbweaver]
setophaga coronata (yellow rumped warbler]
taeniopterygidae [winter stonefly]
American pika [ochotona princeps]
callobius pictus [hackledmesh weaver]
marmota caligata [hoary marmot]
oncorhynchus tshawytscha [Fraser River king salmon]
Cypseloides niger [black swift]

Alice Dubiel, araniella displicata [6 spotted orbweaver], detail from The Lay of the Land: Glacial Biocenosis, 2018 [photo: Alice Dubiel]