Heather McGill: The Color of Everything That’s Empty
Oct 23, 2014 — Jan 8, 2015

Cranbrook Sculpture Artist In Residence Heather McGill’s work is influenced by fashion, industrial design and textile design, and explores modes of desire as encapsulated in all. The sculptor and installation artist deploys intensive patterning and strong space-activating color across all her work. As a resident of the suburban outskirts of Detroit, she has absorbed the city’s spirit of Fordist innovation and technological promise and channels that influence as she applies the media of industry to the mantras of modernity. Her work is shown widely and is part of public and private collections around the world.

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