Sense of Place – Photographs by Mikhael Antone

Hartmann Center Gallery

October 1 – November 6, 2012
Reception: October 4, 5-6:30

Sense of Place, a series of photographs by Indiana artist Mikhael Antone will be on display in Hartmann Center Gallery October 1 – November 6, 2012.  A reception for this exhibition will be held October 4th, 5:00-6:30pm in the Hartmann Center Gallery.

“A Sense of Place speaks to our hopes, dreams and sense of identity based on place. The childhood landscape generally is thought to produce a primal landscape that one completely identifies with thus comparing further ideas of place in one’s future. When we are young we attach ourselves and become emotionally involved in these spaces. Places take on personality and identity. Memories get locked into these places even though they are of a different time.

In the series “Sense of Place” I focus on the spaces from my childhood. I photograph them as I try to remember a different time and place. I explore that sense of identity and coming of age within a particular landscape. I look for the emotions in the landscape and explore how these spaces have become almost stuck in their own past.” – Mikhael Antone

To learn more about the work of  Indiana photographer Mikhael Antone, visit her website at;

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