Experiencing Sean Miller’s primordial, multi-media installation is something like being inside of a high-discharge eruption of molten earth in slow motion. Multiple forms of media are layered like virtual paint, creating new shapes and sounds that are scrumptiously loud, capacious in execution and lushly rendered. The resulting “sculpted architectonic structures” (as the artist defines his work) convey a sense of wonder and hope – the Earth will indeed transform and resurrect, surviving humanity’s folly. In places, Cascade might seem monotonous, but early in his career Miller’s intoxicating undulations of technology tease forth a future promise: the evolution of a young artist.
~ Janeil Engelstad
images courtesy of Pariah