JEREMY MILLAR is an artist and tutor in Critical Writing at the Royal College of Art, London. His work is often marked by an historic trace, whether a person or an event or the works of others, yet his interest is focused on ‘what might have been’ rather than ‘what has been.’
14th May, 2015
The Clocktower Building (Lecture Theatre, CT 102)
Free, everyone welcome!
His work often attempts to activate the possibilities of the past in order to make them available to us in the present. His recent solo exhibitions include Muzeum Stzuki, Lodz, Whitstable Biennale; Southampton City Art Gallery; Project Arts Centre, Dublin, (with Geoffrey Farmer); and CCA, Glasgow.
His work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions including ‘Self’, Turner Contemporary; ‘Curiosity: Art and the Pleasure of Knowing’, Turner Contemporary, curated by Brian Dillon; and ‘The World is Almost Six Thousand Years Old’, The Collection, Lincoln, curated by Tom Morton.
He has curated numerous exhibitions in Britain and abroad, and has contributed to numerous international publications. He is currently developing new films on the Elizabethan polymath John Dee, and the French poet Arthur Rimbaud.