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McGill learned to paint as an apprentice in a collision shop in Detroit\; these skills have evolved into a series of sculpture that app lies the media of industry to the mantras of modernity. This particular ser ies of work derives its shape from the schemata of a toy model of an Americ an space station with a 1:72 scale ratio. Each sculptural element in Obl ique Angle represents a different view of the model as the object rotat es in space. Interference paints\, which create color-shifting illusions tr iggered by movement and light\, are activated by the “oblique angle” of vie wer to object\, suggesting a shifting of our perceptual reality.

DTEND:20130428 DTSTAMP:20141025T081223 DTSTART:20130410 GEO:42.3537042;-83.0616592 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit\,4454 Woodward Ave \nDetroit\, MI 48201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:OBLIQUE ANGLE \, Heather McGill UID:269561 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130410T170000 DTSTAMP:20141025T081223 DTSTART:20130410T110000 GEO:42.3537042;-83.0616592 LOCATION:Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit\,4454 Woodward Ave \nDetroit\, MI 48201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:OBLIQUE ANGLE \, Heather McGill UID:269562 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR