Events &


TV Shows
& Videos

Education & Media



William Miller
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Greenpoint

ARTIST STATEMENT: I was diagnosed with Huntington’s disease, an inherited neurodegenerative disease that causes the progressive breakdown of nerve cells in the brain and is symptomized by a loss of motor control and balance, memory loss and aggressive and unpredictable behavior. There’s no treatment and no cure and it’s ultimately fatal. In this project, We Travel To And Shall Be Lost In Always, I use video, sculpture, photography, and performance to highlight my experience with this disease that currently affects my short-term memory. I'm drawing relationships between my failing memory and the dual crisis of digital media and storage know at “bit rot” (the decay and corruptibility of digital files) and the “digital dark age” (the mass loss of digital information due to antiquated and outdated hardware and software). Digital files and storage, what Bernard Stiegler called “tertiary memory”, represent a contradictory space of inexhaustible memory but one that's entirely intangible and in danger of decay, corruption, and obsolescence. And so it is with human memory, especially one compromised by illness.

Bookmark and Share



1969 Born USA

2017 MFA Photography Video and Related Media, School of Visual Arts, NY, NY
1992 BA Photography Bard College

2019 Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Fellowship, Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY
2018 New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation Artist in Residency, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Wassaic Artist Residency, Wassaic, NY
2012 The Photo Review
2011 Winner - Celeste Prize for Photography

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019 Lishui Photography Festival, Lishui, China
2018 Somewhere down the line, there's a fine line between a deadline and the bottom line, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
2018 Governors Island Art Fair, Governors Island, NY
2017 NEoN Digital Arts Festival, Dundee, Scotland
2017 Re: Art Show, With Clifford Owens, Vincent Tiley, Anders Jones and Alanoud Ahmed 630 Flushing Avenue, 3rd floor Brooklyn, NY
2016 Aperture Summer Open curated by Charlotte Cotton, Aperture Foundation, NY, NY
2014 Photography Now 2014, Center of Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY
2013 31st Annual Juried Membership Exhibition, Houston Center of Photography, Houston, TX
2013 “Welcome to the Real" curated by Marco Antonini, Temp, NY, NY
2012 New Directions 2011 juried by Debra Klompching, Wall Space Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA and Seattle, WA
2011 Celeste Prize Exhibit, Winner for Photography, Invisible Dog Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2011 Soho Photo National Photography Competition, Honorable Mention, Soho Photo Gallery, Manhattan, NY


Huffington Post
Radio Lab Blog
F-Stop Magazine
The Impossible Project Blog
El Pais (Spain)
Daily Mail
Loupe Magazine (PRC)

Lectures and Visiting Artist
2018 Visiting Artist Queens College MFA CUNY, Queens, NY
2017 Artist's Talk, NEoN Digital Arts Festival, Dundee, Scotland
2016 Artist's Talk, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
2015 Artist's Talk, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
2014 Artist's Talk New York University, New York, NY
2013 Artist's Talk, New York University, NY

647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


Directions to BRIC House > Contact BRIC >


We present and incubate new work that reflects the diversity that surrounds us.

Find us on social.

Privacy Policy| Mobile site| design and technology by blenderbox | contemporary artist registry by ClearDev LLC