Exhibition photography

Installation photography from various past projects

Sean Higgins
LA Louver gallery
27 Jul - 2 Sep 2022

“L.A. Louver is pleased to present new photography and sculpture by the Los Angeles-based artist Sean Higgins.

In his new series of photographic works, Higgins seams together multiple views of real landscapes to create imaginary terrains. A form of digital cubism, in each of his compressed images, Higgins conjures the experience of moving through and existing within the landscape.”

Installation photography, Jeff McLane

Transporter, curated by Katie Shapiro and Sean Higgins
April 29 - June 17, 2017

Installation photography, Jeff McLane

included artists
Leon Benn
Matthew Brandt
Josh Callaghan
Sean Higgins
Nathaniel Klein
Michelle Young Lee
Benjamin Lord
Aaron Morse
Elena Roznovan
Debra Scacco
Katie Shapiro

Installation photography, Empty Distances


From the gallery website:

Mark Moore Gallery and guest curator Caryn Coleman present "Empty Distances," a group exhibition featuring works by James Aldridge, Darren Banks, Sean Higgins, Deborah Stratman, Alan Warburton, and a selection of episodes from "The Twilight Zone." Playing on Eugene Thacker's idea of horror as the "paradoxical thought of the unthinkable," Coleman has meticulously composed a show that illustrates the visualization and simultaneous abstraction of the unknown. Through an assortment of drawings, paintings, photographs, and videos, the artists in "Empty Distances" delve into creative perceptions of "the void" – a nebulous space that can refer to post-apocalyptic, pre-civilization, or even psychological vacuity.

Says the curator:

"This exhibition stems from early 20th century theologian Rudolph Otto's phrase 'empty distances,' and his notion that the very act of depicting the void in pictures establishes darkness and silence as subject itself. The artists in "Empty Distances" vary in how they depict emptiness, but all evoke an imagining of this post-human existence. Black metal, horror films, science fiction, scientific research, and magical realism are all influences; pulling the viewer into a speculative new world."


Installation photography, Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland, curated by Samantha Fields, October 27 - December 8, 2012 .
California State University, Northridge.

Installation photography, New Times Roman

New Times Roman
Sean Higgins, Maya Lujan and Victor Liu
September 15 - October 20, 2012