- At it again…
- The Divine Child
- A message from the U.S. Secretary of Education regarding Education of the Arts
- RE:Search Paper
- The Non-Flying Machine
- Ok Go. This Too Shall Pass, Rube Goldberg version
- Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky – That Subliminal Kid
- Critiquing WordPress
- Speed Dating and Going Steady
Follow the link below to read Secretary Arne Duncan’s Remarks at the Arts Education Partnership National Forum.
A selection of work that follows up on some of the Celtics “married” imagery from Crowe’s studio investigations class, continuing the experiment with the notion of re-appropriation and post-production practice.
Here goes a link to my RE:Search paper in pdf. form…re-search
Now .doc re-search
Feel free to leave comment and critique.
Paul D. Miller aka DJ SPOOKY 1970-present
American born contemporary visual artist, scholar, teacher, writer, philosopher, composer, and musician.
Miller’s leap into visual art is loaded with new media including use of video installation, performance, and sound. His practice is what one may expect when a hip-hop DJ meets conceptual art.
Rhythm Science: A book written by Paul D. Miller that investigates the over-saturation and interconnectedness of information, commerce, and people across ever disintegrating global boundaries, and the effects on the roll or art in the contemporary age.
Rebirth of a Nation: A performance based art piece that ‘remixed’ D.W. Griffith’s 1915 silent film Birth of a Nation. The project address how media and film can shape culture, specifically racism and the use of racist gestures.
What does Paul D. Miller offer me as a Studio Practitioner?
Murray, Soraya Scratching the Surface Art Journal 64 no.4 Winter 2005 pg. 133-135
Perkins, Gregg DJ Spooky Art US no. 7 March/April 2005 pg.24
Berwick, Carly The Sample Life ArtNews November 2004 pg 134
An interesting new media work of art with an interesting take on WordPress, exposing it’s capacity and inadequacies.