Miles Neidinger was born in July of 1976 in Kansas City MO. He graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2000 with a BFA in sculpture, and was granted a residency at Vermont Studio Center in 2001.
Neidinger has worked in the commercial and industrial electrical industry since 2001. His artistic visualization has been informed by his experience in the workplace. As an electrician he has found real life functions for color-coding, tape, conduit bending, and installations, the utilization of trigonometry, algebraic equations, and geometric functions. All these experiences have drastically informed his artistic practices and continue to do so.
Some of his recent exhibitions include: “Art in the Prow” presented by Sprint at the Flatiron Building in NYC, “Museum Interrupted” at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park KS., “An Associate Degree in Science” at the Finch Gallery in Chicago Ill., “What’s the Matter with Kansas” at the Rare Gallery in New York, NY, Family Event home for the holidays at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Charlotte Street Fund Exhibition at JCCC in Overland Park KS.
Neidinger is an Art Through Architecture participant and a Charlotte Street Foundation Award recipient. His work has been published in Art in America, The Kansas City Star, Review Magazine, and Pitch Weekly.
Neidinger currently lives in Blue Springs MO with his wife and two children.