Artist: Andy Miller
Dates: b.1971, Denver, CO
Dimensions: 10' x 10' x 1'
Current Location: CityCenter Englewood View in Map Englewood Civic Center
About Andy Miller
Artist Andy Miller explores an alternative perspective on figurative sculpture with
his Bathroom People. He depicts a male and female figure based on the universal
signage for public restrooms. Miller combines “the chrome and steel creating
generic human forms through symbols we see every day in the commercial
world. The simplified figures are a post-modern way of representing ourselves.
The polka dot-like spheres, made with chrome, anchor the figures in the connection we all have with the delicate balance required to live and breathe.” This monumental two-part work is a sculptural interpretation of American pop culture, and reveals Miller’s concern with using both traditional and unconventional materials. Andy Miller received his BFA with an emphasis in sculpture from the University of Colorado at Denver.