Graeme Miller is a theatre maker, composer and artist. Emerging from the influential stage work of Impact Theatre Co-operative in the 1980s, a group he co-founded, his own work embraces a wide range of media. With the idea of being "a composer of many things that may include music", he has made theatre, dance, installations and interventions which often share a sense that they are structures made from fragments of actuality, composed into resonant landscapes.
Stage works include Dungeness: The Desert in the Garden, based on testimonies, images and objects gathered from this headland in South East England, and his award winning production A Girl Skipping which toured internationally over several years. Sound installations include The Sound Observatory, a portrait in sound of the City of Birmingham made in 1992; Listening Ground, Lost Acres, created with artist Mary Lemley, a commission by Salisbury Festival and Artangel in 1994 charting a network of walks over 100 square miles around Salisbury; and most recently Overhead Projection, an array of sonic telescopes re-naming the stars. Lost Sound, his recent film with John Smith, documents the secret life of a small neighbourhood of East London through images, sounds and retrieved music of lost recording tape found in the streets. Current projects include Linked, a three mile long semi-permanent sound installation in East London incorporating the voices, memories and testimonies of people who used to live where the M11 link road now runs.