There is a certain precariousness to Anderson Wrangle’s photographs in his solo exhibition A Hand’s Width, but their compositions aren’t haphazard. Light, shadow, weight, counterweight—Wrangle captures moments of balance and tension at play through unexpected combinations of objects. These man-made constructions serve two purposes: Wrangle promotes a keen way of exploring objects and relationships. And through these intentional displays, he manifests the activity of thought, which is the essence of humanness. At its heart, A Hand’s Width is less about the photographs and more about the photographer.