November 15, 2000
Bob H. Miller: Sleeping Sickness
Exhibit: November 13 - December 22
December 1: Public lecture, noon, CB 204 W
Artist’s reception, in the Gallery, 5 - 7
Bob H. Miller’s collaged images try to explain a dream that is inexplicable, the narrative of which is dependent on the viewer. He prefers not to lead his audience into the meaning of the work but instead encourages personal interpretation. For him collage is a very spontaneous art form, totally driven by the images that he finds. Since much of his material is derived from contemporary images used in advertising he subconsciously reflects pop culture.
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