Michael Miller’s paintings explore the decline of truth through the use of dazzle camouflage, a high-contrast geometric pattern used to protect transatlantic shipping during World War I. While initially appearing open and legible, the paintings reveal inconsistencies and distortions upon closer examination. Miller’s works ask viewers to consider both what is revealed and what is concealed, with transparency and opacity playing a significant role in the interplay of spatial representation and definition of volumes. Through his use of color schemes, Miller references the history and communities that surround the shipping industry. The application of paint suggests weathering and corrosion, highlighting the maritime origin of the dazzle scheme.