Graeme Miller is an artist, theatre maker and composer. Emerging from the bold and influential stage work of Impact Theatre Co-operative in the 1980s, a group he co-founded, his own work now embraces a wide range of media. With the idea of being "a composer of many things that may include music", he has made theatre, dance, installations and interventions.
Often reflecting a sense of landscape and place, he regularly makes site-specific works to commission.
Track is an environmental work and moveable participatory installation by Graeme Miller that throws landscape through 90 degrees and sets it in motion. Face-up and camera-style, the viewer is gently pushed by their individual 'grip' on a slow journey along a 100 metre length of dolly track and invited to gaze upwards.
Visitors enter a dark space and encounter 10 glass bowls; each contains an image of the sky, and holds recorded sound, mapping sites where stowaways have fallen from aircraft undercarriages while entering Europe and America.
A sculptural and sonic installation.
Moth Theatre is an outdoor installation/performance, a small-scale freestanding plywood theatre fitted with a video feedback system and ultra-violet lighting. Standing in a pool of its own radiance, it is theatre for moths by moths.
Installation setup can be accompanied by live musical performance by Graeme Miller and collaborators.
Graeme Miller regularly teaches, leads workshops and gives talks, both in connection to touring work and independently.
"A silvery, melancholy beauty... Bassline captures the transience of city life and a sense of ghostly, layered history"
"An exquisite installation… a piece of art that speaks volumes about our time"
"This extraordinary epic is one of London’s hidden glories"
The Wire Magazine