Dan Miller (b.1980 in Brighton, England) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.
Dan Miller’s practice moves fluidly across a wide range of media including drawing, painting, printmaking, video and sculpture. He creates works that investigate the territories of scale, ratio and repetition. Historical fascination and rigorous process underpin an investigation into the underlying properties of materiality.
Works are manipulated through strict method and empirical process, recording, copying and inverting visual information. They are often cross-referenced and rewritten, continually oscillating between digital and analogue platforms.
Solo shows include: The Cosmati Edition, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (2014); Vector, Danske Grafikeres Hus, Copenhagen, Denmark (2013); CPH AIR, Factory for Art & Design, Copenhagen, Denmark (2010); Still Life, Offsite, Studio Warehouse Glasgow, Scotland (2010).
Group shows include: Finite Project Altered When Open, David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow, Scotland (2015); Industrial Aesthetics: Environmental Influences on Recent Art from Scotland, Hunter College, New York, USA (2011); Point/ Line/ Surface/ Solid, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (2011); No Noise, The Agency, London, England (2011); Modal, Lilah Fowler & Dan Miller, Cartel, London, England (2010).