Articles and Reviews

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TEXTS/VIDEOS THAT REFERENCE MY WORK (Chronologically arranged)

Labutte, D. 2020. Gwen Miller – The exhibition Enfolding. Outdoorphoto, Art of print (blog), 23 September 2020. https://www.outdoorphoto.co.za/blog/gwen-miller-the-exhibition-enfolding/

FOLDS AND FAULTS. An Exhibition by African Women Artists Examining Identity, Culture and Heritage. An online exhibition curated by Carol Brown and Zinhle Khumalo for UFS, from September 2020 on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/p/CE6WbCqFDLR/?igshid=inbao15hbf1g

In the studio with artist Gwen Miller. 2020.Interview with art.co.za https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8W3UPfNdC7k&t=23s​

Gwen Miller on art.co.za  https://www.art.co.za/gwenmiller/enfolding/

Mandy Conidaris. 2020. Enfolding. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnWJhfiED2o

Interview by the Pretoria Art Association. 2020.  This week's featured artist: Gwen Miller

Naidu-Hofmeester, R. 2020. The quiet of isolation transforms the creative process, in FOCUS ​Issue 12-13.

Conidaris, M. 2020. Freedom Day in Lockdown. Online catalogue. https://www.outofthecube.online/freedom-day-in-lockdown

Pieter GR de Villiers and Prof Annalet van Schalkwyk. 2020. Landskap en kuns vanuit ’n ekoteologiese perspektief at Littnethttps://www.litnet.co.za/landskap-en-kuns-vanuit-n-ekoteologiese-perspektief/

Miller, G (ed). 2018. Catalogue of Art as Destination Co Creation of Culture, International Tourism South Africa (ITSA) 7th Biannual Conference exhibition, CSIR IC, Pretoria https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/art_as_destination_co_creation_of_culture_for_web.

Miller, G (ed). 2017. Catalogue of Sticky TIME, Rooftop IX, St Lorient Gallery, Pretoria 

https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/catalogue_rooftop_ix-_sticky_time_2017_web.pptx

Conidaris, M. 2016. outoftheCUBE is an online exhibition platform designed specifically for South African artists to share their work in the form of structured exhibitions, in Art Times, October: page 22-23. Also available at www.arttimes.co.za

Miller, G. 2015: TRANSCODE: dialogues around intermedia practice.

Du Plessis, R. 2013. Review of ‘STAFF-STUFF’.  De Arte: views and (re)views, Issue 87: ISSN: 00043389. 

South African Military Health Services (SAMHS) Art Catalogue, 2013. Curated by Jeremie Malan Architects and Celia De Villiers. On behalf of the Department of Defence, South Africa. 

Lüneburg, N. 2012. The Terra series: ‘Terra Firma’, ‘Terra Nullius’,  ‘Terra incognita’, ‘Terra Periscolosa’. De Arte: views and (re)views, Issue 86:39-57. ISSN:  00043389. 

Finn, SM. 2012. The dialectic of dialogue. De Arte: views and (re)views, Issue 85: 59-62. ISSN: 00043389.

Lauwrens, Jenni. 2012. Gevaarlike landskappe lê ook in kop en lyf: Terra Periscolosa, Fried Contemporary, Pretoria.  Review in Beeld.  2012-07-22 23:13.

Art: forever innovating. 2012.  UNISAWISE, UNISA Publication. Winter 2012: 30-33.

Myburg, J, 2011. Kuns in gesprek oor gesprek tussen media. Review in Beeld. 2012- 09-27:18.

De Villiers, C. 2011. Stadsmens se band met tegnologie. Article in Beeld. 2012 :13.

Coding Meaning across apparent Boundaries. UNISAWISE, UNISA Publication. Summer 2011:41-43.

Naidu, KR, 2011.  State of the Art. Link Magazine, UNISA Publication.

Art & Design faculty Nathaniel Stern and Jessica Meuninck Ganger work included in Transcode exhibition at UNISA Gallery. 08/26/2011. Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA.

Badenhorst, T. 1997. A midsummer nights dream. Die Perdeby. 1997-10-03.

Philips, F. 1997. Vrou en aarde in heilige alliansie. Kalender, Beeld. 1997-10-01.

Stevens, M. 1997. Rich, complex works show a return to nature. Review in Interval, Pretoria News. 1997 -09-30.

Annoniem. 1990. Dosent stal by museum uit, Beeld. 1990-07-27.

ARTICLES, CATALOGUES AND ESSAYS PUBLISHED

Miller, G. 2020. The making of Folds. An artists process book. https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/the_making_of_folds_g_miller_artists_book

Miller, G (ed). 2018. Catalogue of Ethics, affect and endurance, curated in collaboration with Fikile Mnisi and Nina Newman as part of the IAEE Conference 2018, Spier, Cape Town, South Africa,   https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/ethics_catalogue.pptx

Miller, G (ed). 2018. Catalogue of Art as Destination Co Creation of Culture, International Tourism South Africa (ITSA) 7th Biannual Conference exhibition, CSIR IC, Pretoria https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/art_as_destination_co_creation_of_culture_for_web

Miller, G (ed). 2017. Catalogue of Sticky TIME, Rooftop IX, St Lorient Gallery, Pretoria 

https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/catalogue_rooftop_ix-_sticky_time_2017_web.pptx

Miller, G & De Villiers, C. 2014. The Journey to Freedom. SEEN Journal (XIV.1) – Unsettled Ground.

Miller, G. 2012: TRANSCODE: dialogues around intermedia practice. Published proceedings of the 27th Annual SAVAH Conference 4-7 July 2012: 205 UNISA Pretoria.

Miller, G. 2011. Weggooi-verf word argeologiese fonds: Carolyn Parton. Article under Kunskyk in Beeld. 6 Sept: p10.

Miller, G. 2011. TRANSCODE: dialogues around intermedia practice. 16-page exhibition pamphlet.

Miller, G. 2010. Mediated Systems. In DESIGN>ART No. 2. Pretoria: DESIGN>MAGAZINE, December 2010, Volume: Nr 2, 196-203. ISSN: 1814-7240.

Miller, G. 2010. Absa L’Atelier 2010 catalogue, Introduction. Johannesburg: Absa.

Miller, G. 2009. Absa L’Atelier 2009 catalogue, Introduction. Johannesburg: Absa.

Miller, G. 2008. Erasure negotiates memory, introduction to the catalogue of Kai Lossgott, for the exhibition Nothing with skin is blind.

Miller, G. 2007. Digital Projects, in The Journey to Freedom Narratives, edited by FB Anderson.  Pretoria: UNISA: 76-80.

Miller, G & Ross, W. 2007.The Multimedia project: Introducing the Boitumelo and Intuthuko Sewing Groups and their work, in The Journey to Freedom Narratives, edited by FB Anderson.  Pretoria: UNISA: 72-75.

Miller, G. 2007. Philip Badenhorst: Sublime Turmoil, South African Journal of Art History 22(3):191-207.

PAPERS PRESENTED

2018   “Affect and complexity of ethics in visual arts: a curatorial reflection”

6th IAEE CONFERENCE: A LONG WALK TO EDUCATION, Spier, Stellenbosch.

 

2018   “Environments of Complexity: making sense of worlds”

International Tourism South Africa (ITSA)  7th Biannual Conference: Collaboration and co-curation, CSIR IC, Pretoria

                     

2017   “Process in Contemporary Art: Colleen Alborough and Sello Mahlangu”

CHS School of Arts Triennial Conference: Exploring the African continent through the Arts, UNISA

 

2016   “Reciprocity between embroidery and animation: an intermedial case study”, Intertextual Textiles: Parodies and Quotations in Cloth, Conference, UJ.

 

2015   “The Intermedial nature of Practice-led Research”

Research and innovation conference, UNISA, Research and Innovation Week.

 

2014   “The Practice Turn & Research methodology in Visual Arts”              

Practice-led Writing Roundtable, VIAD, University of Johannesburg

 

2013   Panellist in round table discussion of MetroMusings, UP

 

2013   “Reflecting on Practice-led Methodology in DLitt et Phil.” 

Higher Degrees Seminar, UNISA.

 

2013   “Mediamatic processes in the hybrid artworks of Frederik Eksteen.”

Rethinking Intermediality in the Digital Age, Sapientia Hungarian Univ. of Transylvania, Romania.

 

2012 & 2013   “Intermedia practice in the embroideries of The Journey to Freedom Narratives and Synchronic Journey”

Bamboo Room & Senate Hall, UNISA

 

2012   “TRANSCODE: dialogues around intermedia practice”

27th SAVAH, UNISA

 

2012  “Dialogues between craft and digital art: Intermedia practice and remediation”

Cultural Heritage and the creative arts International Conference, Johannesburg

 

2012   “Intermedia practice in the embroideries of The Journey to Freedom Narratives” 

Other views: art history in (South) Africa and the global South, Wits

 

2003   Workshop participation: International Conference on Race: Racial Reconciliation. William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation, the University of Mississippi, USA

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