Photographs from Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight’s “In God’s House” project are on display in exhibitions in Raleigh, N.C., and Chicago.

Knight’s work is included in The Image Exhibition, a group show at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh, through Oct. 29.

In Chicago, his work is included in a national juried exhibit titled Re-Picturing Photography. The show is open through Oct. 24 at the Union Street Gallery.

“In God’s House” focuses on the adaptation of religious spaces in the Utica, N.Y., area. Knight used photographs and video to examine how religious groups have and have not changed across a spectrum of different religions as the area experienced an influx of refugee and immigrant populations during the last three decades.

Research for the project was conducted by Knight, along with Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate. Several students were also involved through Levitt Group Research Projects.

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