Daniel Miller integrates robotics, media and electronics, exploring systems and ecologies. Currently, Associate Professor in Sculpture, The School of Art & Art History and he is also a member of the Public Digital Arts faculty cluster at University of Iowa. He teaches sculpture courses that integrate robotics, mechanical fabrication and electronics. Previously, he was Adjunct Associate Professor, Art & Technology Department, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1997-2014. Miller received his MFA in 1997 from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in Time Arts, he received a in BA Sculpture in 1994 from Hope College, Holland, MI.

International Exhibitions include: ISEA 2017 Manizales Colombia; ISEA 2016 Hong Kong; iDEAS exhibition at International Digital Media Arts Association 2017 Conference, Washington DC;iDEAS exhibition at International Digital Media Arts Association 2016 Conference, Winona, MN; ISEA 2012 Albuquerque, ISEA 1997 Chicago; International Festival of Electronic Art 404, Basel, Switzerland and Trieste, Italy; Tweak, Interactive Art & Live Electronic Music Festival, Limerick, Ireland. 

National exhibitions include: Ebb & Flo, Solo Exhibition, Evanston Art Center, IL; Simulating Nature, Solo Exhibtion, Cohen Gallery, Brown University, RI; Place, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; Synthetic Zero, Bronx Art Space, Bronx, NY; Body and Machine 2016, Minneapolis, MN; SpotLight, Elmhurst Art Museum, IL; Faculty Biennial, Figge Museum, Davenport, IA; Objective/Subjective: Mapping, NIU Art Museum, DeKalb, IL; Conflux, Pearl Conard Gallery, Ohio State University at Mansfield, OH; KY.7 Biennial, Lexington Art League, Lexington, KY; Altered Landscapes, solo exhibition, Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, IL; The Rockford Midwestern Exhibition, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford IL; Ten, 10 year invitational exhibition, Soap Factory N.N.E., Minneapolis,MN; in::formation, Betty Rymer Gallery, Chicago, IL; Interchange,  solo exhibition, Gallery One, Elgin Community College, Elgin IL.

Permanent Public Art Installations include: Ottumwa - Past and Present, four light sculptures on main street between S. Market St and S. Court St., Ottumwa, IA. Luminous Trails, outdoor installation, corner of 2nd St. and Seneca St., Webster City, IA. Exploring Iowa’s Renewable Energy, collaborative project inside The Robert A.Lee Recreation Center, Iowa City, IA.

Mentioned in: Anthropocene”, Issues in Science and Technology Spring 2018, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,  Vol. XXXIV, Number 3, pages 64-72. Leonardo, "in::formation, The Aesthetic use of Machine Beings, Vol. 33.;  The Chicago Reader "Technically Brilliant" by Fred Camper. Information Arts, Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology.,  by Wilson, Stephen.  ASEF Culture 360, “ISEA Cultural R>evolution”, review by Hugh Davies, http://culture360.asef.org/magazine/international-symposium-of-electronic-art/ .

Grants & Awards; Art and Humanities Initiative Grant 2017, University of Iowa; Old Gold Fellowship 2015, University of Iowa; Faculty Enrichment Grant 2012 & 2008, SAIC; CAAP Grant; Herman Miller Art Award; Holland Area Arts Council Award.

URL: http://www.danmillerart.com/