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Collection Title(s): Tim Miller collection
Location: Performed at the Cleveland Public Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, in October 2001.
Synopsis: Tim Miller is an internationally acclaimed performance artist. Miller's creative work as a performer and writer explores the artistic, spiritual and political topography of his identity as a gay man. Miller's performances have been presented all over North America, Australia, and Europe in such prestigious venues as Yale Repertory Theatre, the Institute of Contemporary Art (London), the Walker Ar...
Collection Title(s): Tim Miller collection
Location: Performed at the Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica, CA, on Apr. 4, 1992.
Synopsis: This is a video documentation of a psycho-sexual empowering journey where performer and audience share intimacy, humor, and affects. Tim Miller explores bits and pieces of his body, in the same manner than, piece by piece, the story keeps flowing and ‘giving birth’ to the queer body. Through storytelling and movement, and stories of love, enchantment, disenchantment, and resistance, this solo sho...
Collection Title(s): Tim Miller collection
Location: Performed at the Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica, CA, in 1994.
Synopsis: Tim Miller is an internationally acclaimed performance artist. Miller's creative work as a performer and writer explores the artistic, spiritual and political topography of his identity as a gay man. Miller's performances have been presented all over North America, Australia, and Europe in such prestigious venues as Yale Repertory Theatre, the Institute of Contemporary Art (London), the Walker Ar...
Location: Performed at the New Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, USA, in September 1999.
Synopsis: Holly Hughes investigates the politics of art and democracy in Preaching to the Perverted. She discusses her recent appearance before the U.S.Supreme Court in the case NEA v. Finley (1998). Hughes, along with Karen Finley, John Fleck, and Tim Miller, were awarded grants by the National Endowment for the Arts that were later revoked for obscenity. The group of artists, which became known as the NE...