- andrew-miller-barbara-ann-2012_installation01_web Barbara Anne 2012<br />lampshades, flourescent tubing
- andrew-miller-outside-inside-2012_installation-01_web Outside Inside 2012<br />aluminium foil tape and electrical tape on aluminium
- andrew-miller_install_web_0 Installation view of exhibition<br />
- andrew-miller_fraction_2008_web_0 Fraction 2008<br />found laminate, electrical tape, found timber<br />37 x 31 cm
- andrew-miller_fraction_install_web_0 Fraction 2008<br />found laminate, electrical tape, found timber<br />37 x 31 cm
- andrew-miller-barbara-ann_2012_installation-02_web Barbara Anne 2012<br />lampshades, flourescent tubing
- andrew-miller_exterior_install_web View from exterior of Ingleby Gallery<br />
- andrew-miller_nofuture_web_0 No Future 2012<br /> archival inkjet print on Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm<br /> edition of 5<br /> 24.7 x 33 cm (image and paper size)
- am_chicken_man_web Chicken Man 2006<br />digital photographic print<br />edition of 5
3 February 2012 - 10 March 2012
Andrew Miller is a Glasgow based artist working across a variety of media – drawing, sculpture, photography and site-specific installations. Through a process of drawing, altering, transforming and making Miller seeks to gain an understanding of the ambiguity between notions of form and function. He works with the worn and the discarded, and in salvaging, reassembling and re-presenting familiar objects he attempts to ask questions about the way things are placed, valued and used. This serious and rigorous approach is underpinned by a light touch born of his obvious affection for the visual underdog – the jettisoned and the redundant.
Miller’s work has been presented in numerous gallery exhibitions and public art commissions. Recent shows include Industrial Aesthetics, Hunter College, New York 2011 and You, Me, Something Else, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow 2011.
FILM CLUB: Andrew Miller’s choice
Saturday 18 February, 2pm
My Life as a Dog (PG)
Directed by Lasse Hallström (1985)
The film will be introduced by Andrew Miller.
This event is free; to book your place click here.