Andrew Miller‘s work has spanned various media including: sculpture, photographs, site-specific installations and drawing. It has been presented in contexts such as: gallery exhibitions, public art commissions, and new build projects with architects. In the production of work he endeavours to open up the potential for ambiguity between notions of form and function. Through a continual process of drawing, altering, transforming and making he strives to gain an understanding of the inventive and intuitive placement of objects. His work attempts to instigate a curiosity in, and affection for, the discarded, worn and redundant, through appropriation and reframing. To look and to look again; to salvage, assemble and re-present a familiar resonance in, what might become, a readable set of vernacular terms and conditions.
Andrew Miller (b. Dartington UK) received his MFA at the Glasgow School of Art in 1993 and since then has gone on to present work both nationally and internationally. Miller has shown work in both solo and group presentations including No Meal is Complete Without Conversation…, a collaboration with John Shankie for Glasgow International 2012, No Future, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (2012) You, Me, Something Else Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow, Industrial aesthetics, Hunter college, New York (2011), Language of Vision at Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (2008) and Instant City at The Royal Abbey of Fontevraud France (2007). Solo presentations of his work include Sixes and Sevens at Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2007). He has been commissioned to create a number of site-specific artworks including Pavilion Edinburgh Arts Festival (2012), To Me To You commissioned by artist Douglas Gordon, Berlin (2010) and A Community for Birds for Cumulus Studios in New York (2009). He was Artist in Residence at RMJM Architects Glasgow 2008.