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"Especially intriguing is a series of photographs (“Liberté Surveillée,” 2014) of deer, pheasants, and hares taken at night by automated cameras sited on the bridges and tunnels that allow animals to cross roads and railways. Like Stingel’s source material, Calle’s photographs restage the human visual encounter with animals: automated, reproduced, and taken without thought or permission."