[ART] Through Dec. 15
“I’m very intrigued with that moment, that instant where, regardless of personal taste or affection, a person chooses to notice something,” says artist T.G. Miller (a.k.a. Tom Miller of Black Camaro). “I think manipulating this moment is at the core of all art.” To that end, he’s brought the materials and simplifying aesthetic of sign-making — including wood, vinyl, straightforward text — to the production of gallery art. The idea of these sleek pieces being to see if the mechanics of visual attraction he employs in the hurly-burly milieu of commercial signage — Miller’s worked in print and sign shops for years — grabs your eye the same way in an artistic setting. Kleven Contemporary, in Emergency Arts, 520 E. Fremont St., e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or text or call 501-9093 to arrange a viewing.