A. Bill Miller currently lives and works in South East Wisconsin.
A. Bill Miller, also known as 'gridworks1', has exhibited and regularly screened his work nationally and internationally. In addition to fixed duration animated videos, Bill also performs and experiments with live audio/visuals using custom software patches online as livestreams and offline in a variety of venues.
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A. Bill Miller is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He earned his MFA at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has exhibited or screened his work nationally and internationally. In 2013, TRANSFER Gallery, held the first solo exhibition of his work. Bill also performs with live audio/visuals and has performed in traditional gallery exhibitions as well as Art and Music Festivals including VIA Pittsburgh in 2011, DINCA Fest Chicago in 2013, Slingshot Athens GA in 2014, and in ongoing collaboration for Milwaukee Psych Fest.
A. Bill Miller is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He earned his MFA at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has exhibited or screened his work nationally and internationally. Bill works with 2D and 3D digital media to create still and moving images. His work incorporates experimentation with the tools and techniques of professional animation and games industries. As an educator, Bill works to find a balance between studio art practice and skill development towards professional industry standards.
We exist within an environment that can be characterized by the ubiquity of digital technologies. I look for moments where breaking and broken technological systems blur the boundary between the real and virtual. In those moments there is potential to experience and lose oneself somewhere between the machine and the human. As I lose myself, I become a movement system of data dancing.