In addition to his numerous records and articles released under the DJ Spooky name, Miller’s first collection of essays “Rhythm Science” was published by MIT Press in April 2004, and will be followed by "Sound Unbound" an anthology of writings on sound..
Paul D. Miller is a conceptual artist, writer, and musician working in NYC. His written work has appeared in The Village Voice, The Source, Artforum, Raygun, Rap Pages, Paper Magazine, and a host of other periodicals. He is a co-Publisher along with the legendary African American downtown poet Steve Cannon of the magazine "A Gathering of the Tribes" - a periodical dedicated to new works by writers from a multi-cultural context, and he was the first Editor-At-Large of the cutting edge digital media magazine "Artbyte: The Magazine of Digital Culture." Currently, Miller is in the middle of starting another magazine with many of the more progressive aspects of the Artbyte project. The new magazine is 21C, and can be found at www.21cmagazine.com
Miller’s work as an artist has appeared in a wide variety of contexts such as the Whitney Biennial; The Venice Biennial for Architecture (year 2000); the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany; Kunsthalle, Vienna; The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and many other museums and galleries. His 2004 solo show at the Paula Cooper Gallery in NYC “Path Is Prologue” echoed in part his live music/theater/film performance “DJ Spooky’s Rebirth of A Nation”, which ran simultaneously at the Lincoln Center Festival after premieres in Vienna and at Spoleto USA in Charleston, SC. Another recent art project, "Errata Erratum" is an internet based remix of Marcel Duchamp's "errata musical" and "scultpure musical" works from the period 1912-1915 at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The URL is: http://www.moca.org/museum/dg_detail.php?dgDetail=pmiller
But even with all this, Miller is most well known under the moniker of his "constructed persona" as DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid" a character from his upcoming novel "Flow My Blood the Dj Said", who uses a wide variety of digitally created music as a form of post-modern sculpture. Miller has recorded a huge volume of music as "DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid" and has collaborated a wide variety of musicians and composers such as Iannis Xenakis, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Butch Morris, Kool Keith a.k.a. Doctor Octagon, Pierre Boulez, Killa Priest from Wu-Tang Clan, Steve Reich, Yoko Ono and Thurston Moore from Sonic Youth amongst many others. He also composed and recorded the music score for the Cannes and Sundance Award winning film “Slam”, starring critically acclaimed poet Saul Williams.
In addition to his numerous records and articles released under the DJ Spooky name, Miller’s first collection of essays “Rhythm Science” was published by MIT Press in April 2004, and will be followed by "Sound Unbound" an anthology of writings on sound art and multi-media. Other recent projects include the "Unfinished Stories" - a three way collaborative effort between Pulitzer Prize winning NY Times Critic At Large, Margo Jefferson, and Francesca Harper. Another recent project was a collaboration with Bernard Tschumi, Dean of Columbia University's architecture department, and author of "Praxis: Event Cities". This piece debuted at the Venice Bienniale of Architecture 2000.
Miller’s most recent albums include "Optometry" a jazz project featuring Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Joe Mcphee, Carl Hancock Rux, Daniel Bernard Roumain, and High Priest from Anti-Pop Consortium, and “Dubtometry”, a dub remix of the same, featuring Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor Both were released in 2002-2003 by Thirsty Ear Recordings, followed in 2004 by the megamix CD “Celestial Mechanix”, also on Thirsty Ear.
Selected discography DJ Spooky
DJ Spooky albums:
-Optometry (Thirsty Ear) [July 2002] THI 57121.2
-Modern Mantra (Shadow/Instinct) (DJ mix record) [May 2002] SDW 135-2
-Under the Influence (Six Degrees) (DJ mix record) [September 2001] PRCD 1056-2
-Riddim Warfare (Outpost-Geffen) [September 1998]
-Haunted Breaks Volumes I and II (Liquid Sky Music) [October & December 1998]
-Synthetic Fury EP (Asphodel Records 0110) [February 1998]
-Songs of a Dead Dreamer (Asphodel Records 0961) [April 1996]
-Necropolis (Knitting Factory Works KFW 185) [March 1996]
DJ Spooky singles/EPs:
-Optometrix 12” (Thirsty Ear) [June 2003] THI 57132.1
-Catechsim featuring Killah Priest (Synchronic) [August 2002] SYC 002
- Subliminal Minded EP-Peace in Zaire Remixes (Bar None Records) [October 1999]
-Peace in Zaire (with remixes by Ambassador Jr., and The Dub Pistols)
Promotional/White Label Only (Outpost/Geffen) [April 1999]
-Object Unknown (with remixes by DJ Spooky and Kut Masta Kurt)
(Outpost/Geffen CD; Asphodel vinyl) [August 1998]
-Galactic Funk (Asphodel 101) 
Paul D. Miller and miscellaneous albums:
- ftp>snd>untitled> Nest Magazine CD, accompanying November 2001issue
- Another Forensic Charade, accompanying catalogue to exhibition at Magasin 3,
Stockholm, Sweden, September – December 2001 (limited edition)
-The Viral Sonata Asphodel Records. Originally accompanied installation for
The Whitney Biennial 1997.
-Death in Light of the Phonograph: Excursions into the Pre-linguistic
Asphodel Records [September 1996] (limited edition)
Originally accompanied installation at Annina Nosei Gallery.
Collaborative Releases and mix records:
- Celestial Mechanix a label mix for Thirtsy Ear Records, June 2004
- Riddim Clash with Twilight Circus (PLAY Label) April 2004
- Dubtometry fearturing Mad Professor, Lee “Scratch” Perry, and others - a remix of
“Optometry (Thirsty Ear) [March 2003] THI 57128.2
- Catechism 12” featuring Killah Priest (Blue Juice Records/UK) BJ007 & BJ 009 (6/01)
- Anodyne (Main, core and P