Radio Chipstone:
It’s a Material World

Once you seriously consider the objects you use to fill your emotional and functional needs, you will never see those things the same way ever again. From delightfully intriguing to dangerously obsessive, objects affect our daily lives. They creep into our subconscious. They say volumes about who we are or wish to be, without uttering a single word.

Gianofer Fields

Walking on Natural History | The Mastodon Beneath Our Feet

October 17, 2015

Carrie Eaton, Curator of the University of Wisconsin Madison Geology Museum says, big things can sometimes be found in our own backyards.