Professor Dennis H. Miller is having a busy winter, with performances and screenings of his works as well as curatorial work occupying much of his time.
Miller’s Trio a Cordes (String Trio) will be performed on a concert sponsored by the Louis Moreau Institute for New Music Performance (http://www.louismoreauinstitute.org) in Miller’s home town of New Orleans on February, 29th at Tulane University.
His Variations (in black and white) 2015 will be presented at AMPHIBIAN: NEW MUSIC/VISUAL MUSIC/IMPROV At the Hiart Studio in New York City on March 1 2016. (http://matthewgreenbaum.com/page42/page42.html)
Miller’s visual work will again be featured on the “The Art on the Marquee,” an ongoing project to commission public media art for display on the 80-foot-tall multi-screen LED marquee outside the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in South Boston. This year’s exhibit begins on February 22. Miller’s newest work for the Marquee, Strip Tease, is based on modifications made to a video of a film strip he discovered on the Internet. The entire collection of over 100 works created for the Marquee, including twelve by Miller, will be shown on Saturdays between 7:00 am and 10:00 pm. A detailed schedule can be found at http://www.artonthemarquee.com/schedule/
Finally, Miller has been invited to curate an hour of Visual Music programing from the Northeastern University Libraries Visual Music Special Collection as part of a new experimental film series in Durham, NC entitled Unexposed Microcinema
(http://3rdfridaydurham.com/listing/new-england-experiments). The Visual Music Special Collection at Northeastern houses all of the works accepted to the groundbreaking Visual Music Marathon, curated and hosted by Miller at Northeastern in 2007 and repeated in New York City in 2009.