The Implication of Form

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Opening Reception: Friday, July 10 // 5-7p // FREE

Hayley Rheagan presents a series of architectural photographs that manipulate and question the dimensionality of form. Her geometric shapes relate to each other as abstract building blocks that together propose new kinds of space. The result is both document and construction, familiar and surreal. Channeling the harmony of light and color, this work draws attention to the subtle complexity of overlooked perspectives. 

Hayley Rheagan (b. 1986) is a photographer originally from Lovington, NM and currently resides in Santa Fe, NM. She has been photographing since 2005 and since 2012 has been pursuing a degree in photography at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. She has shown at Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury, VT and Marion Center for Photographic Arts in Santa Fe, NM. Her photographs have been published in Viper Mag, Fotografia Magazine and Paper Journal Magazine. A book of Rheagan's images will be published by Cottage Scholar later this summer; she is also working on a collaboration with GUP magazine.