Millennium Court Arts Centre is delighted to present “Let the dead leaves fall”, a new solo exhibition by Miguel Martin.
Entitled “Downward dog not spiral” this video is an abstracted version of a You Tube yoga tutorial which charts the progress of a masked guru figure.
Choreographed in a specific order the exhibition leads the audience to a bronze object, which forms the basis of Martin’s research surrounding symbolic and occult hand gestures.
Frances Mc Donald writes, “Textiles may have provided the narrative…..powerfully expressed through the language of glass…strong and fragile, as well as being a poignant reminder of the vulnerability of life...”The exhibition features exciting collaborations, a new film based on glass shoes and a large dress suspended from the ceiling, raining down droplets into the gallery.
The exhibition opens on the 4th August and continues until the 27th of September.
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