Michael Milano develops drawing and sound work through adapting systems of constraint as they are presented by the grid. Specifically drawing on the weaving draft as device to compose audio work, Milano explores the limits of the binary to produce conceptual “weavings.” Milano received a MFA from the Fiber and Material Studies department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a BA in Humanities from Shimer College. He has shown at Roots & Culture, threewalls, Peregrine Program, Adds Donna, and the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art. He recently co-curated the exhibition duckrabbit with Jeff M. Ward at Adds Donna.