Monday, February 27, 6PM
Logan Center for the Arts, Penthouse Room 901
An OPC talk by visiting artist John Miller where he will discuss his most recent photographic and video work, including his current in-progress video work titled Tracking.
John Miller is an artist and writer based in New York and Berlin. He has had retrospective exhibitions at La Magasin in Grenoble, the Kunstverein in Hamburg, the Kunsthalle Zurich, the ICA Miami, the Museum in Bellpark, Kriens, Switzerland, and the Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin. His publications include Mike Kelley: Educational Complex (Afterall Books, 2015), The Ruin of Exchange: Selected Writings, and The Price Club: Selected Writings (1977-1998) (both JRP-Ringier and the Consortium's Positions series) as well as Reconstructing a Public Sphere (Walther König Verlag, 2018). Miller is a Professor of Professional Practice in Barnard College’s Art History Department.
Miller’s photograph The Tip of the Iceberg is included in the Smart Museum of Art’s exhibition The Metropol Drama (February 23–July 9, 2023) curated by Geof Oppenheimer, DoVA Associate Professor of Practice, in coordination with Berit Ness, Associate Curator for Academic Engagement.
Presented by the Open Practice Committee in the Department of Visual Arts