REVIEWS

/ JEREMY MILLAR
Mai-Thu Perret’s “Zone”

SIMON LEE GALLERY, London

View of Mai-Thu Perret's "The Zone," Simon Lee Gallery, London, 2016-17.
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Jeremy Millar

Sometimes an artwork responds to the world outside; sometimes the world outside responds to an artwork; and sometimes neither knows of the other, yet each is enhanced by it all the same. Such a moment occurred recently when one could march down Piccadilly, in protest with and in the presence... continue reading
Liverpool Biennial

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Liverpool

Betty Woodman, The Summer House, 2015.
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Jeremy Millar

Things happen, and then they happen again, but not the same way, not quite; such is the logic of the biennial. And then there are things which have never happened before, and which happen now and in a time that seems somehow out of time, or takes our “now” out... continue reading
View of Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep,” Hauser & Wirth, London, 2014.
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Jeremy Millar

Amber is a form of slow catastrophe, a long compression. A transformation, then, of the resin which once flowed thickly down branch and trunk before these extremities were replaced by those of heat and pressure found deep within chthonic sedimentation. A “beaming sun” (elektron) caught underground, amber’s classical name was... continue reading

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