DAN MILLER
B 1961 (USA)

Biography
Dan Miller's art reflects his perceptions through the gradual repetition of letters and words, drawn, painted or typed, building to the point of formalist abstraction. Letters and words are repeatedly overdrawn, often creating ink layered masses, hovering on the page and built up to the point of obliteration or destruction of the ground. Each work contains the written recording of the artist’s obsession with objects like light bulbs, electrical sockets, food and the names of cities and people. Miller's work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Bibliography

THE CATALOGUE OF EVERYTHING #6, THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING 2016

Autism in a Decentered World, Alice Wexler (Routledge) 2016

EVERYTHING #4, THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING 2011

EVERYTHING #1, THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING 
(ELECTA) 2010

One is Adam One is Superman, Leon Borensztein & Tom di Maria (Chronicle) 2004

Exhibitions

Exhibition #6, The Museum of Everything (Rotterdam) 2016

dRAW, Intuit Museum (Chicago) 2016

Dan Miller and Judith Scott, Kentucky Museum of Art (Louisville) 2013

Create, Boca Raton Museum (Boca Raton) 2013

Dan Miller and Judith Scott, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Ridgefield) 2013

EXHIBITION #4, THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING
(LONDON) 2011

In The House, Mad Musée (Leige) 2010

EXHIBITION #1, THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING (LONDON + TURIN) 2009/10

Glossolalia: Languages of Drawing, Museum of Modern Art (New York) 2008