Pollock Gallery inside the Hughes-Trigg Student Center at SMU will host Consuming (Interests): Photographs from Taos, New Mexico, photos by SMU associate professor of photography Debora Hunter. The photos look at the domestic and commercial architecture of Taos, New Mexico, which reveal Americans’ drive to consume. Through careful recording of domestic and commercial architecture within the majestic sweep of sky and land, she reframes the question of man versus nature. Hunter believes this inquiry is increasingly urgent as consumer culture bumps hard against diminishing natural resources.
The exhibit will be on display September 3-October 12, with an opening reception on September 6.