Carmen Miller is an artist who combines inspiration with workmanlike precision and technical curiosity. She not only studied painting and graphic art (attending Professor Gerd Dengler’s class at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich from 1997 to 2004), but also took up printing techniques during her studies; for years, she worked at the Academy as studio assistant for screen printing, typography and letterpress. In this way, she not only drew attention with her paintings and graphic works, but also made an impression with her original ceramic works: objects which she elaborately printed with photographs. So it is no wonder that she also approached her first bronze as an artistic and technical challenge. The result is an original material mix of glass and bronze and the humorous depiction of a “dangerous” situation.