The Woods Gallery, 26415 Scotia Rd, lower level of the Huntington Woods Library, is proud to host “De-con-struct” a vibrant photo exhibit by architectural & fine art photographer Gene Meadows. The show runs April 10-May 29th. Entrance to the gallery and reception is free of charge.
Gene’s most current series deconstructs technology and manipulates these images infusing them with vibrant color. “De – con – struct,” (reducing something to its’ inner core in order to reinterpret”) is inspired by the personal aftermath of the flood of 2014. Gene states, “I am wired to recycle, repurpose and/or reimagine objects around me. As I began dismantling my ruined technology equipment, I was drawn to examine their inner components. I found them fascinating, delicate, beautifully designed & engineered of metals such as platinum, gold, silver and copper. I began collecting & photographing them. In this way, sharing them in an exhibition, I feel I have given them a new usefulness and a second life.”
Gene studied at The College for Creative Studies and runs his own architectural and fine art photography firm, Meadows & Co. His fine art photography, (in private, corporate and museum collections, including the Detroit Institute of Art and Toledo Museum of Art), has been exhibited in numerous group, as well as solo shows including CAR pARTS, Cranbrook Intimate Space, and Chiaroscuro, Eastern Europe. Gene’s images have been published locally, nationally in Architectural Record, Metropolis, House Beautiful, Echoes and Land Forum.
“De-con-struct” runs concurrently with “A Glass Act” April 10-May 29th.
Hours: Mon-Thursday 10am-9pm, closed Friday, Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm. The gallery is free of charge and open during normal library hours.
About the Woods Gallery
The mission of Woods Gallery is to create opportunities for our community to experience a wide variety of creative arts for display and for sale.