Hollie Miller holds an MA from The Royal College of Art (2016) with initial conservatoire training in dance and somatics (2007-10). She has presented her work nationally and internationally in the UK, Europe, North and South America and Japan in minor contemporary art museums, galleries and outdoors.
She has been an artist in residence at: NAIRS Contemporary Art Centre, Switzerland (2019), Serlachius Museum, Finland (2019) and La Ira de Dios, Argentina (2018). Her collaboration with Sam Williams was shown at Baltic39 Gallery, Newcastle (2017).
She has performed at festivals such as: Land Art Biennale Art Safiental, Switzerland (2018), Revolve Performance Art Days, Sweden (2018), London’s Biennale of International Performance Art & Noise (2018); Apulia Land Art Festival, Italy (2016); 100 Years DADA, Tokyo (2016).
As a performer she has worked with artists including: Isabel Lewis, Tate Modern Tanks; Pierre Joseph, Frieze Art Fair; Leimay, Brooklyn Museum; Di Mainstone, The National Portrait Gallery & Barbican.