Chicago, Illinois (2013-)
Evansville, Indiana (2011-2013)
Bloomington, Indiana (2009-2011)
Newburgh, Indiana (1988-2009)
Curtis Miller is an artist and educator working across expanded fields in film, video, photography, and publication. He is the co-founder of Flatland Chicago with Chris Reeves. He founded Late Capital TV in March 2020. Late Capital is currently hosted on Flatland's website and streaming content most days. His films have screened internationally at the Centre for Contemporary Arts - Glasgow, EXIS - Seoul, Fracto - Berlin, Montreal Underground Film Festival, and the Kinodot Experimental Film Festival - St Petersburg. His work has shown domestically at the Chicago Underground Film Festival, ICDOCS, Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, the Hyde Park Arts Center - Chicago, Indiana University - Bloomington, Gallery 400 - Chicago, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid - Chicago. He has taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the City Colleges of Chicago, and most recently as lecturer for the Department of Art, Theory, and Practice at Northwestern University.
email: miller.is.curt (at) gmail (dot) com