Luminance

Excerpt from Seattle University’s 2010 BFA Photography Exhibition:

In Luminance, Kevin Uehara’s Modernist abstractions are concerned with the expressive capacity of light, shadow, and form, and the evocation of the unseen, internal vision. Photographing cut material placed on a light table, Uehara explores these constructed worlds to incite a visual, emotional and psychological response in the viewer, suggesting mood and implying an ethereal sense of space.

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Luminance will be on display at the Seattle University Vachon Gallery until June 13th, 2010. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm. For more information & high resolution scans, contact Claire Garoutte, Assistant Professor of Photography at Seattle University.

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