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Graeme Miller is a UK artist, theatre maker and composer who makes theatre, dance, installations and interventions and site-specific works to commission.
Since 2003 Graeme Miller has visited sites where stowaways have fallen from aircraft, including Australia, and in response has created an intimate and resonant audio-visual installation experience that connects its audience with this disturbing phenomenon.
Ten glass vessels are charged with 180º images taken at locations where the bodies of stowaways have fallen from aircraft. On lifting these bowls they resonate with the sound of their location.
As part of a discussion of his practice, the artist will talk about the continued evolution of this work.
Graeme Miller is an artist, theatre maker and composer. Emerging from the stage work of Impact Theatre Co-operative in the 1980s, a group he co-founded, his own work now embraces a wide range of media. With the idea of being ‘a composer of many things that may include music’, he has made theatre, dance, installations and interventions. Often reflecting a sense of landscape and place, he regularly makes site-specific works to commission.
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RMIT Gallery is located at 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne, near the corner of Swanston and La Trobe Streets (Melways reference: 1A J4).
The gallery is located diagonally opposite Melbourne Central Railway Station and can be reached by trams traveling on Swanston and La Trobe Streets, including the City Circle Tram.
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