by Erin McCuskey
Motion is an illusion, light landing rhythmically on still moments, imitations of life. The mind searches for logic but the heart enters with trusting complicity. Freedom is an illusion until it is expressed. Twirling is a revolutionary act — an impersonation of freedom. Presented in sequence through cinematic illusion, Twirl-de-Lux is a wonderbox of memory and moments, exploring the intersections between illusion, reality and art. Artist Erin McCuskey uses colour, layer and analogue processes to create a meaningful narrative that will provoke and inspire viewers. Twirl-de-Lux also features Luxville, an arts revolution one episode at a time.
Erin McCuskey is a multimedia artist using still and moving images, word and projection. Mixing digital media, she uses colour, layer and analogue processes to create meaningful narratives that intrigue audiences. She creates cinematic works on concepts of time and memory, and themes of heritage, feminism and human rights.
Erin M McCuskey, Glass Slipper, 2016, Digital Photograph, 19cm x 19cm
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- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm