Nemo Miller

‘THE CRY CLOSET’

The story behind Art & Art History graduating senior Nemo Miller’s art installation called “A Safe Place for Stressed Out Students, Otherwise Known as The Cry Closet” in the university’s J. Willard Marriott Library.


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Statement on student art installation

Background: The art installation, “Cry Closet,” in the J. Willard Marriott Library was created by a graduating senior in the College of Fine Arts. The piece – a project from the student’s woodshop class – was installed on April 22 and will remain in the library until May, 2. The installation, available for use by […]


HUMANS OF THE U: NEMO MILLER

“I’m really proud of one assignment that’s going to be part of the student show in Gittins Gallery in the Arts building. The theme was, “Portrait without a head” about how you represent someone without physically representing them. So, I did my mom and made a 36-inch-long meth pipe. She was an addict and passed away when I was 12 so I felt comfortable that I could tell this story of her, through my eyes.”