Burning (with Gwen) 3rd July

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3 August 2002

Oil, light, dye destruction print

64 x 55 cm / 25.25 x 21.5 "

 

Radiant and joyous, redolent of sunlight and inner warmth, hung at chest height the heat seems palpable from across the room around the central zone of the body. They recall the paintings of Mark Rothko, but there is something less mercurial, more intent about the colours and placement of rectangles in Fabian Miller's photographs, penetrating deeply, seemingly literally to burn. Amid a burst of light, ranging from saturated crimson to orange, a golden lozenge appears to hover.

 

From the exhibition guide Light / The Visible Reminder of the Invisible by Martin Barnes. Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 2002.

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Burning installation ‘Flair, ray of light’

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Tokyo Design Centre, Japan October-November 2002

 

Radiant and joyous, redolent of sunlight and inner warmth, hung at chest height the heat seems palpable from across the room around the central zone of the body. They recall the paintings of Mark Rothko, but there is something less mercurial, more intent about the colours and placement of rectangles in Fabian Miller's photographs, penetrating deeply, seemingly literally to burn. Amid a burst of light, ranging from saturated crimson to orange, a golden lozenge appears to hover.

 

From the exhibition guide Light / The Visible Reminder of the Invisible by Martin Barnes. Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 2002.

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Burning installation ‘Tracing Light’

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Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, USA

April 10th-July 21st 2004

 

Radiant and joyous, redolent of sunlight and inner warmth, hung at chest height the heat seems palpable from across the room around the central zone of the body. They recall the paintings of Mark Rothko, but there is something less mercurial, more intent about the colours and placement of rectangles in Fabian Miller's photographs, penetrating deeply, seemingly literally to burn. Amid a burst of light, ranging from saturated crimson to orange, a golden lozenge appears to hover.

 

From the exhibition guide Light / The Visible Reminder of the Invisible by Martin Barnes. Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 2002.

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