Reuben Lorch-Miller is a Brooklyn, NY based artist. His studio practice encompasses sculpture, collage, photography, artist books, music and performance. He approaches his work from a perspective of curiosity and experimentation, understanding that meaning can be found within the process of doing.
Lorch-Miller was raised in the Pacific Northwest and studied at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, later earning an MFA in New Genres from San Francisco State University. He has often exhibited at DIY art spaces, participated in artist-run residencies and produced multiple self-published zines and artist books under the imprint Ancient Remains.
Lorch-Miller has also exhibited at Frye Art Museum (Seattle, WA) and MoMA/PS1 (New York, NY). He has been an artist-in-residence at Land and Sea (Oakland, CA), Rocksbox (Portland, OR), SIM (Reykjavik, Iceland), The Shandaken Project (Shandken, NY), Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito, CA) and Bauernmark 9 (Vienna, Austria). His work is held in the collections of MOMA, The Tacoma Art Museum, SFMOMA, Berkeley Art Museum, and Brooklyn Museum of Art.
He has been a visiting artist and lecturer at Illinois State University (Normal, IL), Rhode Island School of Design, Stanford University, San Francisco Art Institute and Pratt Institute. His recordings and books have been published by Radical Documents (Los Angeles, CA), Good Press (Glasgow, UK), Land and Sea (Oakland, CA) and Heinzfeller Nielistist (New York, NY).