S.E. Fischer (pronouns: they/them) is an artist-ornithologist who combines their interests in art and science to benefit both people and birds. They have a BFA in printmaking and a BS in biology from Ball State University, and they are currently a graduate student at the University of Toledo studying the annual life cycle of the Gray Vireo (Vireo vicinior). Their work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, including exhibitions in New York, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and England. Though the disciplines of art and science are commonly interpreted as being on opposite sides of the academic spectrum, they can be symbiotic. S.E. works primarily in printmaking, drawing, and glass, and incorporates ecology research to broadly explore under-representation and queerness to include and engage others in the waya we think about climate change and the natural world.
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