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Rachel Harris-Huffman

Little Red Heart: Albuquerque, NM, 2019, Chromogenic print, $180

I explore the imperfections and irregularities in architecture as a metaphor for the life-defining experiences people go through, and the scars and impressions left behind. I first came to this aesthetic from studying Hyperart Thomasson, a type of conceptual art that focuses on “accidental artworks.”

I have approached composition with an abstract painter’s eye, looking for variety in shape, texture, and color. In particular, this series is influenced by the work of Richard Diebenkorn, Henri Matisse, and Mark Rothko.