Cristin Millett, associate professor of art, is currently participating in the group exhibition Resisting Entropy III, on display through April 25 at the Centre for Main Contemporary Art.
Resisting Entropy is an exercise in creating collaboratively within a condensed timeframe and shared space. The participating artists were, confronted with a sizeable heap of discarded and junked materials, and, over a 24-hour period, they lived and worked together to transform the pile into unique and unpredictable artworks.
This year’s group of artists includes:
David Allen, Alan Clark, Jared Cowan, Bethany Engstrom, Andy Hamm, Alexis Immerino, Siglinde Langholz, Eric Leppanen, Kristin Millet, Trelawney O’Brien, Jennifer Wilkey, and Andrew White.
Resisting Entropy I took place in 2010 at Asymmetrick Arts in Rockland, Maine. Revised in scope and with an extended roster of artists, Resisting Entropy II was held at CMCA in 2013.
Text courtesy of the Center for Maine Contemporary Art