Paint describes the way I see but I don't know everything about what I see. I don't see entropy, multiple dimensions or the invisible world that our
intelligence cannot quite formulate. We know very little about the mind. That inspires me to have full consciousness of the world that I live in.
The more I paint, the clearer it is to me. Like the rest of nature I am part of all of this. I produce something and as I am in the process it is recursive.
Recursiveness is very low on an evolutionary scale of systems, simply a series of discrete steps running any procedure over and over again. Theonly
innovation that we find in nature is the vector of time. Time is mirrored through art. Our curiosity and desire for knowledge becomes the culture of a
moment. The making of my paintings is reflective of the way the world is now from my perception. What I see in art is that it reveals to us something
about ourselves that would otherwise remain unknown.
Lynn Millette lives and works in Montreal. She has participated in several individual and group exhibitions including, Ana notes sur notes (2012) at the
Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur, The Inner Space/The Outer Place, Concordia University (2008), Interior experience (solo), at the McClure Gallery
and Sens vécu (solo), at the Maison de la Culture Plateau-Mont-Royal (2007). Her most recent solo exhibition, Les Fenêtres sur l'eau was held at the
Maison de la Culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in Montreal (2013).
Lynn Millette has a BFA (Concordia), an MA ès arts from UQAM and a PhD from Concordia University. Her work is indexed at the Centre for Contemporary
Canadian Art and can be found in several private and public collections in Canada and the United States.