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night_skyColin Cheney ’96, a prize-winning poet living in Bangkok, Thailand, and Ian Cheney ’98, a documentary filmmaker living in Brooklyn, New York, remember childhood nights at their family home in Maine, under thousands of stars. The Cheney brothers collaborated to create an artful reflection on something we often take for granted: the night sky. These days, the wonders of the night sky are muted by the glow of city lights—causing repercussions in nature and mankind. Inspired by Ian’s recent film The City Dark, the two paired to develop the visual and literary collection published in the recentOrion magazine. Together their poetry and photography prompt the question, “What is lost when we lose the stars?”
Find out.