Given the proximity of the other works in the show (the ones that read as Constructivist photographs), these stretched black fabrics seem more like textiles, backdrops for a conversation about photography (certainly a kind of pursuit of light as the title of this show suggests). While both wanting and not wanting to label them as such, why not just call these wall objects "non photographs" as a counterpoint to the other and as a way to define by negation (which they actually do) what they are, or might be. Whatever the case, certainly, they are not specific enough. At first, I thought they were floor plan diagrams, art related to architecture to be sure, but how I wasn't sure. Given the time of day that I walked in, I was even willing to give credence to a kind of site specificity especially as it pertained to the most dynamic of all the non photographs. See examples where natural light effects the viewing space on the wall. Of course the problem registers with the reflections of the ones framed in glass. With both kinds of light in mind, it was not easy to look at these works without taking such factors into account.
While my response here might sound negative overall, I'm actually torn between the positives (the conversation between photography and architecture and such possible reflexivity within) and what registered as light distractions, possibly pun intended. Although, if I were to look beyond such things, I would be trading what's there for what's not there and still wondering what kind of "Branded Light" I should be thinking about.