Jordan Miller is an interdisciplinary, conceptual artist based in Chicago. His work serves as an investigation of our nuanced relationship to contemporary, constructed light environments. Spanning from painting and photography, immersive installations, video, neon, and assisted readymades to walks or dérives, the work opens a space of discourse around how we use and engage with light on a daily basis through its constantly expanding plethora of forms and apparatuses. Miller’s practice simultaneously celebrates the poetics of that which light affords us while being critical of problems and issues its proliferation creates, from the physiological consequences to the loss of darkness and diluted access to the night sky.

Following the Light: A pedestrian signal dérive
Blackout Bulb
On the Surfaces of a Window Pane
From a series EXIT (Lights Out)