Chicago Art Criticism

“The human body and its presence were both ingeniously central to Meredith Miller’s The Abduction, performed between the two Great Small Works pieces. Miller, an accomplished designer and burlesque performer, presented a sort of bodily mash-up of the forms. A series of curtained toy theaters mounted on her body, from her head on down, invoked the tantalizing anticipation just before the unfolding of any performance.”

—Ira Murphin for Chicago Art Criticism

The full review can be viewed here.