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Jeffrey Heyne was launched three years after Sputnik, bought his first camera when eight, practices architecture sometime, and imagines photographic stories all the time. With his photography he engages in a dialectic search for a narrative based on sub-textual readings of disparate images and contrasting concepts. His subject matter has ranged from Barbie, to Muybridge, to Renaissance paintings, to industrial architecture, and to outer space.
He shares a studio with his partner artist Dorothea Van Camp, and six bicycles, in the first artist owned coop in Fort Point, Boston.
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