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Landscape relationships on display in Carlson Gallery

Dion Johnson, director of university art galleries, produced the installation of photographs by Alexander Heilner in the Irene Carlson Gallery. The exhibit “Aerial Photographs and Microbe Studies,” is the result of Heilner’s interest in artificial and natural relationships in the earth’s landscapes. Heilner will be visiting the gallery Oct. 12. The display is located on the bottom floor of Miller Hall. Heilner lives in Brooklyn, where he teaches photography and digital imaging. / photo by Christopher Guzman

Dion Johnson, director of university art galleries, produced the installation of photographs by Alexander Heilner in the Irene Carlson Gallery. The exhibit “Aerial Photographs and Microbe Studies,” is the result of Heilner’s interest in artificial and natural relationships in the earth’s landscapes. Heilner will be visiting the gallery Oct. 12. The display is located on the bottom floor of Miller Hall. Heilner lives in Brooklyn, where he teaches photography and digital imaging. / photo by Christopher Guzman

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