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THE LONG MARCH (A PRELUDE)

The Long March chronicles the journey of two children on the run. We don't know what and why they are fleeing, but their voyage sees them cross paths with many other people on the move. They witness the ancestors' long marches and interact with each of the seven gods of the week; they hear speeches pronounced and secrets whispered; they read the signs on the walls and even find time to play.
The Long March emerged from conversations both personal and artistic between Muller and Archie Shepp, the celebrated jazz giant. Originally conceived for a stage show, the large prints on fabric proved, with their subtle transparencies and suple combinations, so rich a language that Muller opted to develop them into a powerful installation material. Wandering amongst them, the viewer embarks on a journey of discovery.

SOUND SCULPTURES

INDIGO NIGHT

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