"In his description of Gordon Matta Clark, author James Attlee says that the artist '…was always looking for wormholes, escape hatches, exits through which he could tumble to another level.' With a similar spirit of exploration, I carefully scan my physical surroundings for interruptions, anomalies, or narrow passages of space as entry points for further investigation."
Jennifer Miller received an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and moved to Colorado in 2008. Her work has exhibited in many juried and solo shows regionally and nationally. She recently completed a 2-year residency at Redline, a non-profit contemporary gallery and studio space with emphasis on community outreach and individual artistic growth. Jennifer has been teaching fine arts professionally since 1999.
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