As The Reflections Vanish And Burn They Become Shadowed, Doubled And Thickened (2016)
Site-Specific Durational Performance: Apulia Land Art Festival Italy
Photo: Letizzia Gatti
Hollie Miller is a visual artist working in performance, moving image, photography and sound. Her corporeal works are site-specific, intimate and time-based. In placing emphasis on recording live performances, Miller suggests that our everyday actions never cease and can be crystallized through the digital as ‘living fossils’.
Using her own body as a vessel of transgression and subversion, Miller’s work is informed by the history of women’s self-representation. She is particularly interested in vulnerability as a form of resistance and how this engenders our capacity for empathy in relation to the other. Through her work, Miller aims to critique and disrupt the capitalist portrayal of women by the commercial industries.
Hollie Miller has an MA in Fine Art Performance from The Royal College of Art (2016) with initial conservatoire training in dance and somatic practice (2007-10). Her work has been presented nationally and internationally in museums, galleries, festivals in performance art, fine art and land art.
The Earth Moved Beneath Her Feet, Alps Art Academy, Switzerland (2018)
Trace The Field Line, Clayhill Arts, w. Dialogues5 Mark Devereux Projects, Somerset, UK (2018)
Hanging Rock, Revolve Orangeriet, Sweden (2018)
Gestures Are Our Own Living Fossils, w. Sam Williams, Baltic 39 Gallery, Newcastle, UK (2017)
As The Reflections Vanish And Burn They Become Shadowed, Doubled And Thickened, Apulia Land Art Festival, Italy (2016)
Fight Or Flight- Proximity As Threat, Spiral, Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo (2016)
I Will Follow, Lychee One Gallery, London (2016)
Dirt As Emblem Of Disorder, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden (2016)
Hidden In Plain Sight, Galeria Labirynt, Poland (2015)
If My Eyes Were To Leak Out Of My Body- Free, Kottinspektionen, Sweden (2015)
Ecdysis - Riverbed Crawl (2015)
Site-Specific Performance: River Thames, Low Tide
Photo Nigel Rolfe
Site-Specific Durational Performance: Comeragh Mountains, Ireland
Photo: Nigel Rolfe
Time At Hogchester Arts
Residency period - November 2019
Summary to follow post residency