Wed 2 May | The Boston Globe
Reviewer Cate McQuaid reviews “Megan and Murray McMillan: When We Didn’t Touch the Ground,” currently on display at the Cohen Gallery in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. The installation, which is about child’s play, includes a video that shows a group setting the dinner table as a boy (played by a man) lingers outside, climbing on a wall constructed of furniture, wandering along a brook. “But then a transporting moment in the video opens a trap door, and you drop into magic,” McQuaid writes.