Category Archives: Melbourne

Thinking about the moon

As you can tell from my entries here at Miller’s Unity, this year has been a year in the background, a year distracted by seeking, reading and reckoning. Other projects have emerged but all have remained influenced/single pointed by the … Continue reading

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River, trees, stacked rocks

Part of the adventure for a biographer is walking the earth on which your subject walked, smelling the bush air, feeling the seasonal chill, listening to the river flow and really seeing the forms that may have been seen by … Continue reading

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Science and Art

I’m thinking about science, art, style and structure whilst reading ‘The biographer’s contract’ as delivered by Professor Frances Spalding in her Seymour Biography Lecture 2010 and reprinted in an edited version in the ABR February 2011 (http://www.australianbookreview.com.au/). Science because Miller … Continue reading

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Human Steps and the Shifting Earth

It has been several moon cycles since I posted (including a super moon this last Sunday) and the world has literally shifted both in global and local realms. Miller was consistently concerned with man’s impact on the earth and wrote … Continue reading

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Canvas Conversations

What would Miller say seeing his conversations come up in the Auction houses going into collections that may or may not be able to interpret his language? Sotheby’s Australia Sydney 23 November 2010, Lot 48: Figure Group, Sold $42,000 incl … Continue reading

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Walking through time’s door

This week is about calling Miller’s ex-students. Some I speak to over the phone others I arrange to meet if my traveling-to-Sydney days meet with theirs. I threaten my family I will leave and live in Sydney but I know … Continue reading

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Distractions at the Purple Door

It was an exciting week at the front door of our house this week as Melbourne Photo Repair arrived with the Miller family photographs now in a condition worthy of publication. The photographic repair work has brought out detail and … Continue reading

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Threads

How important are threads? Are they all connection points? Are they life’s force displaying the unity of all things? Am I merely talking of coincidence or serendipity? Miller speaks of threads: ‘I am aware that in many quarters of natural … Continue reading

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GCM NZ Photo Gallery

I prefer to sit on the floor next to a coffee table when in conversation and in particular when taking notes about GM. It is more grounded somehow and gives freer movement when looking at photos, cuttings and listening. Shoes … Continue reading

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With me at the table

    The Miller journey has become a collective. It has become a journey with others and a journey into my self with spiritual guides flanking my path. Miller is the impetuous, the energy, and of course the subject, who … Continue reading

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