Helen Singh-Miller is an artist and Feldenkrais practitioner living and working in Cambridge, MA. Drawing on somatic education and contemporary dance, her still and moving-image work explores the relationship between visual representation and embodied experience. Singh-Miller's films have recently screened at Dance Films Association in New York (2017) and the New England Graduate Media Symposium in Boston (2016) and in 2016-17 she was awarded a Harvard Film Study Center Fellowship. Assistant Editor of The Feldenkrais Journal, Singh-Miller writes regularly on the aesthetic dimensions of everyday activity and contributes somatics-inspired material to workshops and performances by the collective ARE (Aesthetic Relational Exercises) and The Order of the Third Bird. Singh-Miller teaches TIME in Studio Foundation at MassArt and runs the Storefront for Somatic Practice in Cambridge, MA.
Singh-Miller received her BA in Art and English from UC Berkeley and master's degrees in Art from Harvard where she worked as Departmental Teaching Fellow in Visual and Environmental Studies (Art Practice). She has written for The Drawing Center, The Orion Society, Mozarteum Salzburg, Trade School, ESTAR(SER), Comet Books and Feldenkrais Zeit.