The overarching theme of my works centers around the place of Man in the City. I combine graphic design, art academic art and 3D modeling in works. I am the founder of «PsychoUrbanik» style.
My artwork takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues of Russia and around the world. The overarching theme of my works centers around the place of Man in the City. My paintings exhibit the influence of the City and its culture, as well as love for Urbanik and psychology. Each project often consists of multiple works, usually in a range of different media (poster, painting, video), grouped around specific themes and meanings.
I combine graphic design, art academic art and 3D modeling in works. I am the founder of «PsychoUrbanik» style. It is the psychology of a big city without bright colors, sometimes entirely without color. Inside this system man lives. He is just a tiny pixel in the digital photograph of our planet. But this «pixel» is what builds this space. Everything revolves around him; the roads are built for him, information is created and preserved for him, and the very created space he occupies is in turn absorbed by him. Man is a colored pulsating dot in the multi-kilometer subspace of the metropolis, psychological protocell. As a longtime fan of Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis, I emphasize the psychological and emotional tension of modern life, in which every person is unique, complex, and similar to the Universe.
Meri Miller (Mary Miller, rus. Мэри Миллер), a member of the International Art Fund; a member of Union of arts of Russia – international association of art, association internationale des arts plastiques – IAA AIAP UNESCO; and a member of the Moscow Regional Union of Artists.
M.Miller was born in Moscow and attended MAAC (Moscow Academic Art College) in 2016, majoring in Graphics Design. She also graduated from the Institute of Art Business and Antiques, Management and Marketing in contemporary art Department.
Her artworks have been exhibited in the Union of arts of Russia, Moscow Union of Artists, Gallery «Na Chistykh-Prudakh», Museum of Art Deco (Moscow), Moscow Contemporary Art Center Winzavod, Museum of Contemporary Art ARTMUZA (St. Petersburg), and ect. Meri’s artworks have been included in both Russian and Italian private collections.
Solo online show "Restart", August, 2020
New Reality. Covid insulation
Solo online exhibition by Meri Miller “New Reality. Covid insulation", April 2020