Site Responsive: Drawing In
Jennifer Miller seeks to understand and reconcile the expansiveness of our physical world with human interaction. For this project, she explored the large metropolis of Buenos Aires and discovered those intersections where human and environment meet within this large South American city.
My most recent work involves layering various modalities of visual information. It usually starts out as a frottage generated from a specific surface found in situ. Sometimes the drawings are complete after this first layer, and other times I add more information often collected through photography and other types of drawing. Ultimately, these formal decisions will be determined by how well they shed a new light on our human relationships with the natural world.
1973 | Manitoba, Canada.
Lives and works in Colorado, USA.
2009 | MFA Studio Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA.
1996 | BFA, Art Bethel College, Kansas, USA.
2014 | Massive, Onewall group show, Denver, Colorado, USA.
2013 | Interrupted Process, Center for Visual Art, Denver, Colorado, USA.
2013 | Not Exactly: Somewhere Between Home and Where I Find Myself, Denver, Colorado, USA.
2012| Together, Now, RMCAD Faculty Show, Phillip J. Steele Gallery, Lakewood, USA.