Michelle Miller (@michellemillerprint)
Michelle Miller, 25, is a Los Angeles based printmaker and painter who uses they/them pronouns. Their work consists primarily of large scale, abstract, vibrant prints and paintings relevant to their queer identity and experiences traveling. Michelle Miller graduated with a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015 and then moved to Boulder, CO- making work as a member at Art Gym in Denver, CO. Michelle was recently an Artist in Residence at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA and a selected Muralist for the city of Boulders Bike path. Michelle is currently living in Los Angeles and a co-owner of The La Print Shop.
Location: Los Angeles
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Making use of pareidolia to identify the form to be brought to light is often a way to avoid incurring the inconveniences caused by self awareness, relying instead on that primary memory for purposes not dissimilar from the original ones, aimed at distinguishing predators or hidden prey in the surrounding environment.
The intent is to produce a narrative that draws directly from the indefinite share of imagination present in every head, which can take place in any language and easily complete in the same eye, and be understandable to the extent that everyone decides.