Megan Bent

Megan Bent is a lens-based artist interested in the malleability of photography and the ways image-making can happen beyond using a traditional camera. This interest started to occur after the diagnosis of a progressive chronic illness. Drawn to image-making processes that reject perfection, accuracy, or any certainty in results, she is interested instead in processes that reflect and embrace her disabled experience.


This solo exhibition includes selections from Bent’s ongoing series of verdant-but-ghostly chlorophyll prints on leaves. The show is a companion to the gallery’s group exhibition of alternative process photography. 



 Friday, October 28, 5-7pm: Reception with curator Marissa Fassano