David Halliday

In this exhibition, David Halliday presents photographs that appear visually brighter and lighter in energy than his more intimate and formal sepia-toned photographs. Halliday floods images in this series with head-on light causing the shadows to almost disappear and the picture plane to flatten. The illusion of depth and three-dimensionality become obscured or even obliterated, allowing the objects to appear as if they are floating in space. Texture, pattern, shape and color are the main ingredients in these loose compositions where the objects are free to play against and with one another.