Department of Film and Media Arts
Co-Director, the Canary Lab
202 Smith Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244-1180
In 2006 Sayler/Morris co-founded the Canary Project, a collaborative that produces visual media and artworks that deepen public understanding of climate change and other ecological issues. In 2015 Sayler/Morris were awarded the 8th annual David Brower Center: Art/Act Award, and in 2014 they were awarded the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship. In 2008-09 they were Loeb Fellows at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Their work has been exhibited broadly in the United States and abroad at both science and art museums, including the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, and the Walker Center for the Arts. Their archives are collected by the Nevada Museum of Art (Reno).
- M.A., Harvard University
- B.A., Wesleyan University
Activist art, eco art, photography, installation, and entrepreneurship