Brad Miller

Brad Miller in "Carbon" at Fellows of Contemporary Art

May 25, 2018

The artists in Carbon are engaged with the chemical element of carbon, one of the most abundant substances in the universe and the basis of all life we know. Each of them addresses the importance of chemistry in understanding of the nature of existence—some through materials and mediums, others through technique and subject, and all with a
unique sense of metaphorical potential. Curated by Lauren Kasmer

Featuring Work By:

Terry Arena, Joaquín Boz, James Griffith, Bonita Helmer, Lauren Kasmer, Brad Miller, Jenene Nagy, Chris Oatey, Brian Rochefort, and Tam Van Tran. 


Brad Miller: Primordial Algorithms

October 15, 2011 - ECAA

With an introductory essay by Jo Lauria, independent art curator and writer based in Los Angeles, this catalogue captures the astonishing installations of Brad Miller’s body of work. Porcelain sculptures, burned wood panels inscribed with bisymmetric forms, and carved clay vessels evoke the cellular patterns that are the very genesis of life. 
Published 2011 in soft cover with forty-three pages. Available for $35.00.