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

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

No he wasn't... I'll look though.
Also, links are welcome!


Summer Reading Suggestions

Right, so for the last few years I've offered a summer reading group for art grads in Milwaukee. The idea was that to take a break from the whole academic coursework thing we would get together regularly with some common reading to talk about. In addition, the readings would be things that the our university doesn't cover. So far it hasn't worked out too well as its hard to get people to commit to reading and meeting when they have some time off.

Does anyone have any suggestions for essays, short books, etc that might get people a little more interested?
Past readings have included Delueze and Guatarri, Manovich, etc... but again, people didn't get too excited except for me.

Would it make sense for me to set this up as an online project, or would meeting up be really important?
Basically, maybe a discussion forum would work best so that people could participate when they can, but it might be nice to actually get together... physical vs. virtual community etc etc

Any thoughts or suggestions would be great!


The Rematerialization of Art

I think selling an "editioned DVD" is really funny.



Data visualization art

Just saw this and thought it may be interesting in the context of a discussion that questions formulas like:

information aesthetics blog about a rice project