Daniel Miller is an artist who creates generative works that investigate systems and ecologies in the contemporary landscape. His artwork may employ the use of robotics, electronics, sound, video and light to investigate subject. Miller’s work embraces the experiment and his art studio is also his laboratory to investigate: concept, materials and processes. Miller was an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Art & Technology Department at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1997-2014. He received his MFA in 1997 from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Time Arts and a BA in Sculpture in 1994 from Hope College, Holland, MI.