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Photographs of Animals Eating one Another

Alison Stevenson

Morbidly Beautiful Insect Photos Challenge the Bug-Human Barrier

Jakob Schiller

Jungle Journal, V.2

Jungle Journal, V.4

Jungle Journal, V.6

DART, Design Arts Daily
Editor Peggy Roalf

Ant Thrills: Seeing Leaf-Cutter Ants through an Artist’s Eyes

Scientific American
Jessica Wapner

Catherine Chalmers: Leafcutters

aCurator, New York

Winking at a Girl in the Dark

Tread Softly Ink
Chloe McFeters

Anty Matter

Niborama (ARTnews)
Robin Cembalest

Battles So Fierce, They could Almost Be Human

The Last Word on Nothing
Thomas Hayden

Catherine Chalmers’ Jungle Book

Design Arts Daily
Peggy Roalf

‘American Cockroach’ takes over Boise Art Museum

Idaho Statesman, July 23, 2008
by Dana Oland

Catherine Chalmers: American Cockroach at Boise Art Museum, July 22, 2008

Rooms With a Viewfinder

New York Times, June 6, 2008
by Lisa Phillips

Away / Art of Country Living

Audio Slide Show, New York Times, June 6, 2008
by Lisa Phillips

Press from the debut of SAFARI in “Ecotopia” at the International Center of Photography

New York, Sept 2006 – Jan 2007

The Hunger

Film Comment, Nov./Dec. 2006
by Chris Chang

Her Medium Is Mantises (and Other Small Creatures) With a Story to Tell

New York Times, Sept. 5, 2006
by David Corcoran

Feeling sorry for the roaches. Artist explores human/nature relationship through bug ‘executions.’

Kansas City Star, September 28, 2003
by Alice Thorson

Cockroaches as Shadow and Metaphor; An Artist Began Chilling and Decorating Bugs, But Moved On to Depicting Their Executions

New York Times, May 8, 2003
by Sarah Boxer

The Roach is Us is Not Us

GRAND ARTS, New York, 2003
by Tan Lin

The Roaches That Came In from the Cold

ARTnews Online, February 2001
by Blake Eskin

A Matter of Life and Death

Guardian Unlimited, Saturday May 27, 2000