a bill miller
Since 2006
Works in Altoona, Pennsylvania United States of America

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A. Bill Miller, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, at Penn State Altoona. He earned his MFA at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. H also served as an Associate Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and as an Instructor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. His nationally and internationally exhibited works include his acclaimed Gridworks Project, which comprises abstract ASCII drawings, ink drawings, animated GIFs, and video elements.

A. Bill Miller can be found at: http://www.master-list2000.com/abillmiller

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Summer Reading Suggestions


I've been meaning to read "Rhythm Science" for some time... I knew this would start to happen... my personal reading list is going to triple! Thanks!

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Summer Reading Suggestions


Tara-
You're right on with your suggestions about how to select texts. Because this is a sort of "peer" group, I think its best if everyone is invested by helping to determine what the readings are. I am going to choose a few readings to get the ball rolling and then see where it leads depending on the group. That is where I think the online component will be really nice... group members could vote or discuss what's next. I also think its important to meet offline too. I think the more diverse the approach, the easier it is for some people to engage. Discussions could carry over to the meetings from the online component and vice versa.
Thanks again,
A. Bill

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Summer Reading Suggestions


I was reading a bunch on Relational Aesthetics awhile ago and that might be an interesting option. And I've read some of Hayles (Writing Machines) and really liked it. This is going to be really fun.

I've decided to run this as an online group with the occasional in-person meet up. I also want to find pdf's of the readings so that I can post them to the group as a way to share (but of course with credits). So far the difficulty is finding online copies, but that will work its way out.

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Summer Reading Suggestions


On my way to the library right now.
Thanks for the suggestions!
Anyone else?