Daniel Miller, is a new media artist who integrates robotics, video, ecology and various electronic media into his artwork . Daniel currently resides in Chicago, IL, where he teaches and maintains a studio. He received his MFA, 1997 from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in Time Arts and has BA Sculpture, 1994 from Hope College. Miller was founding member of Sine::apsis Experiments a nonprofit electronic arts organization based in Chicago. Daniel Miller has taught for eleven years as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Art & Technology Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he teaches courses on kinetics & electronic sculpture. Some of his exhibitions include: 8th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Chicago; International Festival of Electronic Art 404, Basel, Switzerland and Trieste, Italy; Fassbender Van Straaten Gallery, Chicago; Rockford Art Museum, Rockford IL; Soap Factory N.N.E., Minneapolis; Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago. Some of His awards and honors include; CAAP Grant 1999, Herman Miller Art Award 1994 and the Holland Area Arts Council Award. He has been written up in: Leonardo, "in::formation, The Aesthetic use of Machine Beings, Vol. 33.; The Chicago Reader "Technically Brilliant" by Fred Camper. He has also been mentioned in Information Arts, Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology., by Wilson, Stephen.