Dominique Millar

"Painting to me has a cultural function. To my mind, it is not related to turning in on itself in asking the question, 'what is art?' but rather, I see its aim as a socially proactive agent that is continually asking the changing question, 'what is culture?'." 

"In this view, art is not a practically pointless and “subjective” divergence but an essential aesthetic articulation of collective - rather than merely personal - human identity and morality.  A critical cultural component if we are not to feel alienated within our world. 
It is from such a perspective that I take the classical aesthetic language of western art to express contemporary cultural, social and moral realities or “truths”. Narrating in paint, what I perceive as pertinent to our present.."  - Dominique Millar
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