On March 9th, Danna Singer MFA’17 was featured in Museé for her work in photography. Singer explores the ideas of mortality and coming to terms with eventual death in her photos. She primarily photographs her children and her household, and she explains she and her child would take photos on the weekends. In the video, Singer states that her child would “play dead,” and then she would photograph him. This, as Museé claims, can be disturbing in some photographs, but they exemplify the difficulty in coming to terms with the end of life.