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Aaron J. Miller
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Flatbush



ARTIST STATEMENT: In my work I explore familiar American themes and icons, such as baseball and other sports, cheerleading, Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, maps, signs, and brides and weddings, in unexpected ways, often through the lens of gender and sexuality.
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  • ART LOVE FEAR LIFE DEATH TRASH
    2008
    Installation view, silk flowers and ribbon   dimensions variable
    Installation view (pieces can be hung individually or in groups).

  • $
    2011
    Letterman's jacket with embroidered applique, hanger   app. 30 x 34 x 7 inches

  • Marker
    2007
    carved granite   4 x 24 x 14 inches

  • Baseball Has Done It
    2003
    Jackie Robinson replica baseball jersey with applique, mannequin   app. 54 x 24 x 10 inches

  • Adolf
    2005
    Letterman's jacket with embroidered applique, mannequin   app. 54 x 24 x 10 inches

  • Adolf (back view)
    2005
    Letterman's jacket with embroidered applique, mannequin   app. 54 x 24 x 10 inches

  • Bozo, Rocky, and Dorothy
    2006
    Wood, pigmented wax, objects   each piece app. 25 x 45 inches

  • Dorothy
    2005
    Six costumes dresses, hangers, garment rack   app. 57 x 50 x 22 inches

  • ECCE HOMO
    2008
    Silk flowers and ribbon   dimensions variable

  • Nike
    2006
    Wedding dress with applique   app. 64 x 14 x 36 inches

  • Safety (Sept. 11, 2001)
    2006
    Four high visibility jackets, wooden coat rack   app. 41 x 41 x 8 inches

  • The Brides
    2003
    Wedding dresses with machine embroidery, mannequins   dimensions variable

  • The Emerald Slippers on the Lavender Brick Road
    2008
    Mixed media   47-1/2 x 11-1/2 x 11-3/4 inches (with plinth)

  • The Lollipop Guild - Dorothy (Side View)
    2009
    Costume dress, hanger, and mixed media   app. 40 x 24 x 10 inches

  • The Players
    2001
    Nine embroidered regulation baseball jerseys, hangers, garment rack   app. 58 x 50 x 24 inches
    Each shirt is embroidered on the back with a different derogatory name for a gay person, e.g. FAGGOT, HOMO, FRUIT, NANCY BOY, etc., where the player's name would normally be.

  • The Players (back view)
    2001
    Nine embroidered regulation baseball jerseys, hangers, garment rack

  • The Scarlet Letter
    2008
    Mixed media   52 x 17 x 17 inches

  • Bedfellows
    2008
    Mixed media   app. 28 x 30 x 70 inches

  • A Little Tail - Dorothy
    2009
    Costume dress, coyote tail, hanger   app. 40 x 24 x 7 inches

  • Times Square (London Underground)
    2009
    Digital print on canvas   24 x 24 inches
 








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