Miller's repetition of images, numbers, and words creates complex abstract patterns. The varying density of the lines, obliterating any discernable form, reflects the artist's compulsions. His fixations on daily objects, such as lightbulbs and other household appliances, are represented through repetitive spelling and sketching. The artist's obsessive method reflects his attempt to organize and process the world around him.
Gallery label from Glossolalia: Languages of Drawing, March 26–July 7, 2008 .