Vladimir Miller is an artist researcher, scenographer and dramaturge. His practice aims at re-negotiating institutional modes of spatial production in collaborative research settings. He uses collective building processes to shift the relationship between practice and space within institutional environments towards commoning and self-organisation. His work in education is closely interwoven with his research. As program curator and mentor at a.pass, Brussels and other institutions he facilitates collaborative environments and research trajectories. Vladimir Miller is currently completing his doctoral thesis at the PhD in Practice at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. He was lecturer in Scenography at the University of Hamburg and at KASK Ghent and Guest Professor at the Institute for Applied Theatre Sciences at the JLU in Gießen. Vladimir Miller has been a frequent collaborator with the choreographers and artists Philipp Gehmacher, Meg Stuart, Anne Juren, Jozef Wouters, Claudia Bosse, Moritz Frischkorn and others. His artistic work can be described as collaborative performance-making that incorporates scenography, directing, dramaturgy, performance and video in varying combinations. Vladimir Miller is the curator of Cycle 3 of the a.pass Research Center.
Function: guest teacher Artistic Practice: Expanded Scenography and Costume