Benerice Abbott. VS
In the late 1930s Abott became deeply interested in science, and saw that photography could play a rol as spokesperson. The cerebral world of science needed the vitality and imaginative powers of photography to reach a wider audience. Moreover, the scientific interpretation of the world was not reserved for scientists alone; any citizen ought to be able to consider a scientific question, and photography could serve as an intermediary.
Text: Huis Van Marseille Amsterdam.