Graeme Miller

Graeme Miller is a UK artist working across a wide range of forms including performance, installation, video, music and sound in the spheres of dance, theatre, radio, gallery and public art. He co-founded the influential performance company Impact Theatre Co-operative in 1978. Subsequent projects include commissions from Artangel and ICA and work shown at the Barbican and installed on stages and in public landscapes. He has produced pioneering audio work using headphones and low-power transmission in the landscape through his Artangel project Listening Ground, Lost Acres (1994), and Linked which continues to transmit the speech of former residents of 500 homes destroyed for a London motorway since 2003. 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. Recent projects include Moth Theatre (2010), an outdoor theatre for moths, by moths, which was the first winner of the Latitude Contemporary Art Award. Miller’s practice is one of composing the staging of places and lives that are addressed directly and intimately to the individual’s perception.


An installation connecting audiences with the disturbing phenomenon of people who fell from the sky This project part of the TRACES gallery exposition Program