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Published July 29, 2022

Distant Childhood Memories Visualized: Katita Miller’s Studio Spotlight

By Kate Parvenski

Kate is the Content Lead for Testudo and a Brooklyn-based multimedia producer with a passion for art and storytelling. Her work focuses on documenting and showcasing artists working across a variety of mediums.

Katita Miller uses collage and pattern to reconstruct events and spaces she can no longer access. Drawing upon distant memories and images, her paintings are maximalist, multilayered surfaces that fluctuate between the mundane and the fantastical. Take a look at Katita’s studio practice here.

Katita Miller (b. 1994, Santa Fe, NM) is an artist currently living and working in New York, NY where she recently completed the MFA program at Hunter College. She grew up primarily in Fort Worth, TX and graduated in 2016 from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC with a B.A. in Studio Art and Spanish.

Katita Miller, 515 Pine Shadows. Photography: Emile Askey
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