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Brief Published: 25 May 2012

William Miller: Ruined Polaroids


Photographer William Miller’s Polaroid works depict beautiful colour palettes in abstract compositions.

Created using a damaged Polaroid SX-70 camera that the artist purchased at a second-hand sale, the pieces blend colour and form at chance, only controlled by the amount of light allowed into the lens and the amount of stress put on each image by the camera’s mechanics.

Miller’s works follow an increasing interest in digital glitch art, only using glitching and distorting techniques in analogue process. His practice is featured in Out of Focus: Contemporary Photography.

William Miller

Art & Design