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In Illusive Insurgency, Miller offers a narrative about the contemporary “dilemma of unchecked growth.” Miller’s shapes and forms suggest the profound beauty of flora-like forms and charge the exhibit with a seductive power. However, “through their proliferation and movement,” Miller explains, “these forms suggest a more ominous narrative; one that would ultimately envelop and encroach on the viewer through a combination of two-dimensional and sculptural forms.”

Miller configures her repetitive forms and shapes to transform the space of the gallery. The expansive scale and space-altering dimension of her installation stand as metaphors for “issues such as environmental devastation and population growth.”

Additional photographs of this exhibition can be found here

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