Today we travel to a future where humans can see at night. What happens when we expand our vision out into the darkness? How does that impact everything from work, to architecture, to poaching to horror movies? And is it even possible?
Gang Han -- researcher at UMass Medical School
Gabriel Licina -- researcher and “sometimes biohacker”
Lynne MacTavish -- operations manager at Mankwe Wildlife Reserve
A. Roger Ekirch -- historian at Virginia Tech and author of At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past
Ernest Freeberg -- historian at the University of Tennessee and author of The Age of Edison: Electric Light and the Invention of Modern America
Maria -- Cara Rose de Fabio
Gaby -- Eler de Grey
Marquis -- Rotimi Agbabiaka (check out his new solo show called Manifesto on June 21 at the African American Arts and Culture Complex as part of the National Queer Arts Festival.)
The episode art is by Matt Lubchansky.
Special thanks to Adria Otte and Molly Monihan at the Women’s Audio Mission, where all the intro scenes were recorded this season.
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