Brandon Ballengée is an artist, a biologist, and an environmental activist. “Collapse” is a monumental piece about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and his post-doctoral research into its ongoing effects. “Collapse” is on display at the Rowan University Art Gallery through November 4, 2017. Brandon Ballengée’s installations about extinction and his ongoing photographic series of mutated amphibians are also included in this mid-career retrospective titled “Sea of Vulnerability.” In Camden, Brandon’s outdoor sculpture “Love Motel for Insects” can be seen outside of the Freedom Charter School through April 2018. Read more about his work here.

Produced by Susan Wallner; Narrated by Dan Gordon; Videography by Joe Conlon and Kirk Sohr.