It’s all very disorienting, enjoyably and intentionally so

A very thoughtful review of Gary Hill’s glossodelic attractors at the Henry by Brian Miller in the Seattle Weekly.

“A bad museum experience can be like a death march, trudging for what seems miles among the antiquities at the Met or the Louvre, trying to see the whole collection in a day. And yet a good museum show should involve plenty of walking, too. You feel the difference in your feet—whether they’re tired and you just want to sit in the cafeteria, or you want to keep going, eager to reach the next gallery. You feel the latter, invigorating sensation atglossodelic attractors, if you can get past the show’s title.”

Read the rest HERE.

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