Drone and Panoramic Photographs by David Husom
David Husom’s large scale 360-degree panoramic photographs and installations document the small towns and cities in the driftless area of the Mississippi River — a region of Southeastern Minnesota and Western Wisconsin dominated by bluffs and coulées. It is where communities hug the river and share space with winding river roads and freight and passenger trains.
What: Bluff Towns: Looking Down the Mississippi River | Drone and Panoramic Photographs by David Husom
When: October 17 through December 15, 2019
Where: Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall
Hours: Open during regular library hours at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library