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Lyn Swett Miller | Compost Muse & Metaphor Artist Talk
December 14, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
We are thrilled to celebrate the work of Lyn Swett Miller and her series Muse & Metaphor online in the Griffin Zoom Room on Wednesday December 14th at 7pm
This event is FREE to Griffin Museum members. $10 for Non Members. Interested in Membership and its benefits? See more about what the Griffin offers here.
Lyn’s exhibition, Compost Muse & Metaphor is at our satellite, Griffin @ WinCam on the walls until December 26, 2022.
WinCam is located in Winchester, at 32 Swanton Road, Winchester, MA 01890
The WinCam Gallery hours are Monday: 11am – 7pmTuesday: 11am – 7pm Wednesday: 11am – 7pm Thursday: 1pm – 9pm Friday: 1pm – 7pm Saturday: 10am – 3pm select Saturdays. Call for availability. (781) 721-2050
About Lyn Swett Miller
I am an emerging climate photographer happiest mucking around with the detritus of life. While investigating compost, landfills and other aspects of our material world, I create visual meditations on the power of regeneration, transformation and renewal.
For the past two decades, I have been exploring what it takes for a suburban family of four to live sustainably. While my early work focused on documenting the beauty and power of all those actions on climate ‘to do’ lists, I now explore the dynamic relationship between myself and the material world. “Subjects” are no longer “taken,” but are instead collaborators with whom I learn to cultivate kinship
Compost is my muse and metaphor and is where I go to make sense of the world. Photography enables me to share the beauty I see in our waste and the possibilities for joy embodied in the apparent mess. My work offers deeply personal narratives that inspire conversation about consumption and our relationships to people, place and possessions.
My hope is that this work inspires you to reframe how you think about the climate crisis. Perhaps the images of compost on this site will make you smile and see that there is joy in re-imagining our relationships to just about everything.
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