Mush Mush the Sloping Midnight Line

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   Mush, Mush, the Sloping Midnight Line   .  Midori Hirose’s snowdriſt sculptures of globular braids and ethereal flakes beautifully echo the tension stimulating Ellis’ mythical Nordic backdrops. For, while their once-charged underbellies of painted psychedelic swirls appear frozen within the enveloping plaster glow, one senses that this silencing of time and energy is only temporary.     An exhibition in response to Carson Ellis’ new works on paper influenced in parts by the Norwegian novelist Sigrid Undset and her acclaimed Kristin Lavransdattar trilogy.

Mush, Mush, the Sloping Midnight Line. Midori Hirose’s snowdriſt sculptures of globular braids and ethereal flakes beautifully echo the tension stimulating Ellis’ mythical Nordic backdrops. For, while their once-charged underbellies of painted psychedelic swirls appear frozen within the enveloping plaster glow, one senses that this silencing of time and energy is only temporary.


An exhibition in response to Carson Ellis’ new works on paper influenced in parts by the Norwegian novelist Sigrid Undset and her acclaimed Kristin Lavransdattar trilogy.