Jeremy Millar is an artist, and senior tutor in Critical Practice, and Writing, at the Royal College of Art, London. His recent solo exhibitions include M/W, Muzeum Stzuki, Lodz; XDO XOL, Whitstable Biennale; The Oblate, Southampton City Art Gallery; Mondegreen (with Geoffrey Farmer), Project Arts Centre, Dublin; and Resemblances, Sympathies, and Other Acts, CCA, Glasgow. His work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions including Metaphoria III, Centre 104, Paris; the Jakarta Biennale; Self, Turner Contemporary; Curiosity: Art and the Pleasure of Knowing, Turner Contemporary; then touring to Norwich and Amsterdam, and curated by Brian Dillon; and The World is Almost Six Thousand Years Old, The Collection, Lincoln, curated by Tom Morton. He has curated numerous exhibitions in Britain and abroad, and has contributed to numerous international publications. With Siobhan Davies he conceived the project materials / rearranged / to / be and developed its themes and forms in collaboration with Davies and the other artists involved; he also contributed a video and two new mobiles to the performance installation, which opened at The Curve, Barbican, before touring to Tramway, Glasgow, the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, and Bluecoat, Liverpool.