Liz K Miller

Through the visual language of mapping and notating, Liz K Miller explores the seductiveness of cycles and repetitive patterns to the human condition. Liz’s sound visualizations re-invent and deconstruct musical score in order to visualize the complexity of sound within time and space. At the Royal College of Art, Liz’s practice-led PhD combines sound-visualization and eco-acoustics, highlighting and reflecting upon our relationship to, and our dependency on, the forest hydrological cycle. Recent exhibitions and performances include: the Huddersfield Art Gallery (2018), London Design Festival (2017), the International Print Biennale, Newcastle (2016), and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2014 and 2017)