Anette Millington is a research-based fibers artist. She creates soft sculptures and textiles that combine traditional techniques, such as coiling and weaving with synthetics including laser cut plastics and digitally produced print designs. The main focus of her work is the connection between objects and psychology. She integrates written object inquiry, drawing and contemplation from museum collections as primary research methods. Currently she is a part-time assistant professor at Parsons School of Design in NYC, where she teaches in the First Year Program and serves as Special Assistant to the Provost for Learning Portfolios. She has also worked in museum education at the Brooklyn Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Arts and Design and the Museum of Modern Art. She has been reviewed online by the blog Hyperallergic, and in print by the Boston Globe, The North Shore Star Reporter and The New York Sun. She is included in the DeCordova Museum’s Corporate Loan Program and has work in several private collections. Millington attended the School of Visual Arts for her MFA, and received a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art.
MFA, School of Visual Arts
BFA , Massachusetts College of Art.
art history,color theory, painting,pattern construction,soft sculpture, textile, visual culture studies
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