Cassina Projects New York presents Gerold Miller’s first solo exhibition in the US. The Berlin based artist will present a survey of major large scale works produced between 2007 and the present.
Since his beginnings as an artist, the viewer has played an important role as a critical entity as well as an active participant in Gerold Miller’s artistic research. He has never offered a ‘painting’ or ‘sculpture’ in the traditional sense, rather his work is based upon the premise of an as-yet-unformed sculptural space and projection surface. Repetition and seriality are important artistic tools within Gerold Miller’s artistic practice. “Every work is unique and changes in material, color or size. These works become an illustration of what `con•temporary‘ means: a temporal concept that describes a process that goes ’with time’. Every series is grounded in a concept that investigates space, always pointing to the future through a process that never produces the same work.” (Anne Luther, 2016)
- Gerold Miller, Exhibition view, 2017. Photo by Adam Reich. Courtesy of Cassina Projects