Heather Parrish's work is concerned with the complex experience of embodiment and the interconnectedness of inhabitant and environment. Through video projection, installation, printmaking, experimental photography and animations, she explores the porous boundaries between interior and exterior, rational and emotional, and past and present. The materials she uses reference veils, skin, layers, and screens, all of which evoke access and containment.
Amanda Lilleston is a visual artist living in Maine. Her work depicts a long and evolving relationship with human anatomy, physiology and ecology. Using drawing, carving, and printing, Lilleston transforms imagery of the body into adapting forms and structures.
CINEMA CENTER'S REMAKE
Remake is an annual fundraiser for Cinema Center that pulls from the tradition of movie poster making. Movie posters are unique to the industry in size and format, and Remakehonors that tradition with a different theme each year. For its fourth year, local and regional artists will remake a movie poster of their favorite directorial work of David Lynch.