Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

March 19, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

EVENT POSTPONED. MECA&D is proactively postponing this event to prioritize the safety of our community, given the public health concerns surrounding the Coronavirus and in line with recommendations from the CDC. We look forward to rescheduling this event. Stay tuned for updates. Learn more about MECA&D's implementations for the Coronavirus (March 12, 2020).


Artist Gallery Talk with Megan and Murray McMillan

Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 5:30pm
Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA&D
Free and open to the public

Megan and Murray McMillan will discuss their work and the process of working together on the newest ICA installation Some Things We Can Do Together.

The artists make large scale projects that result in short videos, installations and photographic series. Constructing complex, architectural sets that become stages for video and photography, the McMillans create works that offer a window into seemingly impossible worlds. Finding a connective thread between the temporality of video and the observational distance of photographs, their works imaginatively situate the viewer inside metaphorical, fabricated environments such as the coal bin of a decommissioned power plant or a small boat circling an island in the Gulf of Finland. Employing a varied lexicon of elements throughout their work – vessels of transport, theatrical stages, bridges, passageways, rooms – the McMillans create magical, transportive journeys. Some Things We Can Do Together features fifteen years of the McMillans’ collaborative work. Learn more about the exhibition here.

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 19, 2020, from 5–7pm
On view from March 18–April 24, 2020
ICA Gallery hours: Wed–Sun, 11am–5pm, Thurs, 11am–7pm, Friday, 11am–5pm, (FFAW until 8pm)

Featured Image: Megan and Murray McMillan, The Shape of Our Best Intentions, photograph, 2011

Details

Date:
March 19, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art & Design, first floor