JUDY MILLAR INTERVIEW
i-D MAGAZINE

In the past decade, acclaimed New Zealand artist Judy Millar's varied work has filled a German gallery with technicolor tidal waves and unspooled wild brushstrokes across the walls of a Renaissance church for the 53rd Venice Biennale. Always a fan of an enveloping spectacle, her latest show Reverse Cinema at Sullivan+Strumpf draws on painting, sculpture, and light projections to create an installation that is both soulful and cerebral. With the show involving her most audacious work yet, i-D chatted with the artist about her allergy to categories, falling in love as an intellectual experiment, and why she dreads public art. 

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