A Celebration: The Origin of Life

Dimensions : 48" H x 66" W x 36"D  installation,  10" x 13" per plate
Medium: Archival Giclee in Douglous Fir Floater Box, Plexi-case

Celebrating 250 years of post Darwinism research, this exhibition showcases the seminal achievements in understanding Evolution and the Origin of Species. The exhibition is commissioned and made possible by National Association of Sciences, Human Origin Institute and Professional Anthropology Association.

Highlights of the exhibited photographs :

• Earliest tools found in the strata of age 2.4 million years belonging to H.Habilis, The Handyman.

• The Premordial Soup where spontaneous synthesis of 11 amino acids took place, Miller and Urey 1953; a key experiment showing how life began.

• We track back the progress of human intelligence with revolutionary experiments conducted to inoculate human intelligence to Man’s closest relative, the Great Apes.  A Bonobo learns to cook, control his fear of fire, acquire human language (American English) and to conquer 12 levels of Pac-Man, the computer game at a primate research institute.

Exhibited is a selection of 14 plates from the 200-page fully illustrated commemorative book. For a pre-order of the book, kindly email bookorder@nasonline.us

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