A Kirghiz woman wearing the traditional and everyday costume of the Kirghiz, ties up baby yaks for the evening at a yurt camp in the Little Pamir mountains, Wakhan corridor, Afghanistan. The Kirghiz are nomadic herders who spend the entire year moving with their flocks of sheep, goats and yaks in the high and barren Pamir range near the borders with China, Pakistan and Tajikistan. They are completely dependent on their animals for milk, meat, and wool for their yurts and clothing.
The Chandelier Harp, an interactive art installation where passing a hand through a low voltage laser produces a tone, by Jen Lewin Studio at an exhibition in the CU Art Museum. This solo exhibit was titled ‘Its Electric’ and featured a variety of light and sound based interactive art by artist Jen Lewin.