The Quiet Sickness
A Photographic Chronicle of Hazardous Work in America:
A photography exhibit by Earl Dotter
Earl Dotter enjoys a national reputation for his workplace photographs. He seeks out those individuals who take steps to improve their lives by using the camera to give testament to their achievements. The images that result tell of the satisfaction of the work as well as of its dangerous and dehumanizing aspects. In presenting this exhibit we remind ourselves and exhibit visitors that there are people laboring under adverse conditions who rely on occupational health professionals, government regulators, and the public to help eliminate job-related fatalities, injuries, and illness.
Dodd Research Center, West Corridor
Curator: Terri Goldich
This exhibit is sponsored jointly by The University Libraries & The University of Connecticut's Center for Environmental Health.