DJ Spooky aka Paul D. Miller
DJ Spooky aka Paul D. Miller a graduate of Bowdoin College, is a writer, artist and musician who lives and works in NYC. His award winning first book Rhythm Science was published by MIT Press in 2005, followed by Sound Unbound in 2008 and The Book of Ice in 2011. Miller’s work has been exhibited at museums and biennials throughout the world. He has performed in a wide variety of venues including The Tate Modern, The Guggenheim Museum, and The Herod Atticus Theater at the Acropolis, and has collaborated with a wide variety of artists from Chuck D to Yoko Ono. The iPhone App he developed with Music Soft Arts has been downloaded several million times. Most recently, Paul was awarded a $100,000 Hewlett Foundation grant to work with the Internet Archive to create an 11-movement multimedia production for string quartet, vocalist, and an original electronic instrument. The composition will be about the origins of the Internet and what needs to happen to keep it accessible, neutral, and free.