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Erika Senft Miller

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Erika Senft Miller

Mary Zompetti

erikasenftmiller.com, @erikamillerlab

maryzompetti.com, @maryzompetti

This sprightly Danish artist is not the easiest to classify. In the last several years, Miller has conceived and orchestrated several sitereactive performances that include live music and dozens of dancers pulled from the ranks of local artists and other creative types. Her recent “Sleeping Babies / Social Sculptures” was a one-night-only tribute to fellow Burlington artist Clark Derbes and involved a troupe of skateboarders rolling along an abandoned section of highway.

Though she makes her home on the Lake Champlain island of Grand Isle, Zompetti is the director of Burlington City Arts’ photography program, which makes her integral to the local scene. Zompetti’s experimental imagemaking practice consistently yields entrancing investigations of both the built and natural environments that surround her. In fall 2017, she debuted her seasonally published artist book, 45 Degrees North, and we always look forward to more from her.

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