A SOLO EXHIBITION FEATURING
March 10–31, 2014
Moved by a three day journey in his native country (Peru), Christian Millet’s latest body of work is a pure reflection of his surroundings and experience among animals and other living creatures. His latest series titled “Ayahuasca” serves as a visceral dialogue between multiple personalities of guidance, each constantly searching for common sense and higher grade of transparency.
Influenced by pre-columbine cultures and the contemporary art world, Millet reflects and compiles after 10 years the provoke darkness and enlightenment of such shamanic ritual . This latest series of work includes mixed media works, and a combination of modular, mountable sculptures. In addition Millet features a series of two dimensional visions depicting a search and transformation that influenced his path to self discovery . Through this acceptance of his true nature, Millet invites all to experience the love/hate relationship with one’s reflection in the mirror. Millet introduces a hyper reality where his fears cohabitate with his search for purpose and meaning.