The goal of Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence, a new exhibition on view now at the American Museum of Natural History and curated by the serendipitously named Ichthyologist John Sparks, is to return to us a sense of wonder at the strange phenomenon of organisms that glow.
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As the title screen fades in, the audience will cheer and then laughs at the irony of its own enthusiasm—many people came, after all, to enjoy a fully ironized experience. But something strange will happen around the two-hour mark, about two-thirds of the way through the film: as the ship begins to sink the audience will grow silent, and the laughter will stop.(1)