Graduate Lecture Series: Jordan Miller


Wednesday, March 1, 12:15 p.m.
Columbus Building, 280 S. Columbus Dr., room 317

Jordan Miller is an interdisciplinary, conceptual artist completing his MFA at SAIC. His work serves as an investigation of our nuanced relationship to contemporary, constructed light environments. Spanning from painting and photography to immersive installations and walks or dérives, the work opens a space of discourse around how we use and engage with light on a daily basis. Miller’s practice simultaneously celebrates that which light affords us while being critical of problems and issues its proliferation creates.

Miller has previously earned his Post-Baccalaureate at SAIC and his BFA in Painting and Drawing at The University of North Texas. Born in Burkburnett, Texas, Jordan now calls Chicago home, along with his wife, Kaitlyn. He has participated in several gallery exhibitions, such 500x in Dallas, and has created various public interventions around Chicago.