Don Miller is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. He performs live visuals in real time under the alias NO CARRIER. Miller works with nearly obsolete repurposed electronics to create psychedelic low resolution video art. Part of the 8bitpeoples artist collective, he performs, exhibits, and lectures worldwide. Much of the software used in the NO CARRIER project has been released for free and is open source.
Miller graduated from NYU's ITP program in 2011. Since then, he has worked as a Learning Designer at the Institue of Play in New York City. He has also taught creative coding to undergraduate students at CUNY. Since 2009 Miller has served as a Director of Playpower, a non-profit organization that works to bring low-cost educational games to developing countries.
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Selected Media Coverage
02.26.13 - Experiências Transmídia @ Experiências Transmídia Blog
05.09.11 - Mod MTV interview "Tecnologias Obsoletas" @ MTV Brazil
10.23.10 - Q+A: A Chat With NES Homebrew Visual Artist Don Miller - Motherboard
10.13.10 - Code Eroded: At GLI.TC/H - Rhizome
10.05.10 - NES glitch art creator - Make: Online
09.29.10 - glitchNES 0.2 - Vague Terrain
07.12.10 - Playpower: Bringing 8-Bit Learning to the World - racketboy
07.06.10 - Play Power: esquema colaborativo para games educacionais 8-bit - O Globo (Brazil)
07.04.10 - Art in the Air - Breadboard Philadelphia
03.17.10 - Music is their game - The Philadelphia Inquirer
03.16.10 - Chip Music: A History of the Future - Planet Mag
12.18.09 - Playlist (catalog PDF link) - LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
09.07.09 - Geek of the Week: Don Miller (AKA ‘No Carrier’) - Geekadelphia
09.06.09 - NO CARRIER: Visuals Through Code - 8bit today
07.16.09 - Q&A: Don Miller, aka NO CARRIER - Keystone Edge
05.09.09 - Reformat The Planet 1.5 - 2 Player Productions
03.23.09 - glitchNES: make visuals with your Nintendo - Create Digital Motion
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