Bio

 

Helen Singh-Miller is an artist and Feldenkrais practitioner living and working in Cambridge, MA. Drawing on somatic education and contemporary dance, her still and moving-image work explores the relationship between visual representation and embodied experience. Grand Union (2018), her recent film incorporating elements of family life and postmodern dance, was installed at the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo. In 2016-17, she was awarded a Harvard Film Study Center fellowship for And After These Things, a portrait of caregiving across community and class. Singh-Miller is the Editor of The Feldenkrais Journal, an annual publication for somatic practitioners and the general public. She has written for The Drawing Center, The Orion Society, Mozarteum Salzburg, Trade School, ESTAR(SER), Comet Books, Feldenkrais Zeit, and the International Feldenkrais Federation (IFF). She contributes material inspired by somatics to art exhibitions and performances internationally and teaches TIME in Studio Foundation at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. 

Singh-Miller grew up in New York and London. She received a BA in Art and English from the University of California at Berkeley and master's degrees in Art from Harvard where she worked as Departmental Teaching Fellow in Art, Film, and Visual Studies (AFVS).

Nicholas Miller in a physical therapy session on the kitchen floor, Helen looking on. Therapist unknown. Photo by Patricia Nooy (1984)

Nicholas Miller in a physical therapy session on the kitchen floor, Helen looking on. Therapist unknown. Photo by Patricia Nooy (1984)

Interview on Grand Union (2018) with Robert Moeller in Big, Red, & Shiny.

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CONTACT: hsingh-miller@massart.edu