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MIAH ARTOLA  

Artist, Editor, Educator

243 East 118th Street, #2  New York, NY10035 

artoladigital@gmail.com 917.386.3138

artoladigital.com  

 

SELECTED ONE-WOMAN SHOWS

•2021 The Man from Eritrea EV Gallery. Motion-activated installation and paintings

•2017 Sanctuary at Sanctuary City Governor’s Island. Artist in Resident / Paintings and Audio-activated Installation

•2016 Far Away: Installation The Wild Project. 3-month Installation Motion-activated duel projections and paintings

•2015  I’m Not Telling You What To Do, But You Have To Do It: Interactive installation Silent Barn (five-month installation)

•2014-The Problem of Memory Harvestworks Interactive audio-activated installation 

 

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS 

•2023 Conceived and Produced Mixed Poetics at Maysles Documentary Center

•2023 Screening  of  Lucky documentary short at Maysles Documentary Center

•2022 Two-person installation at EVG Stream

•2021 Screening with Poetry without Boundaries REEL/poetry El Caballo Ahogado

•2020 Visual composer for Parish Art Museum Pennies from Heaven 

•2019 Featured artist for Experimental Intermedia “Screen Compositions”, Kiryoku

•2013—2019: Co-producer and innovator of monthly AV event, “Ab Uno Pluribus”

•2018 Visual composer Cornelia Street Cafe Sound Traffic

•2017 Governor’s Island New York Poetry Festival 3-week screening of Nicaraguan Poetry Films

•2017 Selected artist for OptoSonic Tea, Pioneer Works Landlines

•2016 Anthology Film Archives, Screening of  documentary Far Away

•2016 Pier 59 Studios, 2016 Large Scale Video Installation Eyes

•2015 Flamboyán Theater 2015, Live Visualist Deer Run

•2015 Goodbye Blue Monday Group Show, Friend of the Night

•2014 Ft Tildon/ Studio 7, Group Show,  Paintings “Land and Sea”

•2013 Museum of Natural History Live Visuals with Glowing Pictures Blue Blue Blue

•2012 Issue Project Room 2012, Ear to Earth Festival Bodies in Light

•Additional Selected Venues where work has been shown include Ramis Barquet Gallery, 303 Gallery, Galapagos, Clocktower Gallery, Coney Island Amphitheater

 

EDITING 

Premiere Pro Editing Artola Digital Video Editor, Owner 2005- present. New York, NY  All post-production demands: Concept and Narrative Development, Color Grading, Audio Mixing Software: Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Audition, MaxMSP, Modul 8 

Clients Include Meredith Monk/ House Foundation, United Nations, DIA Chelsea, David Lee Roth, Phil Niblock, Duston Spear, Pier 59, Karin Schneider, Naeem Mohaiemen, Institute for Studies on Latin American Art, CCS Bard, Brooklyn Museum, Queens Museum, Better Homes and Gardens, Roosevelt House, The American Opera Project 

 

TEACHING

2018 – present: School of Visual Arts. Faculty Instructor. BFA Department: Film.  Courses: Premiere Pro, Advanced Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro  BFA Department: Photo & Video. Course: Video II BFA Department: Visual Critical Studies CE and Course Development: Music Video DIY; Art Interventions; Art of Editing

2016-2017 Creative Art Works Painting, Drawing, Design, Editing, and Documentary Workshops

2014/15: Parsons “Time: Composition” 

•2013:Author: “Final Cut Pro for the Visual Mind”

 

Affiliations

• 2023-present: Producer and Originator of Mixed Poetics at Maysles Documentary Center 

• 2015—2020: Co-producer and innovator of monthly AV event, Ab Uno Pluribus

• 2020-present: Volunteer refugee center in Mexico City- CAFEMIN

• 2022-present: Volunteer refugee center in New York City- WANA 

• 2013-present: Supporter of La Esperanza Granada, Nicaragua 

• 2005-2020: Member Miracle Garden, East Village New York

• 2014: Co-creator: APE (Audio Peak Etcher) VJ software 

 

Awards, Press

•2022: Received NYFA Grant: Sky

•2021: Received Arts Corp grant: The Man from Eritrea 

•2022: Featured in Epicenter

•2018: Residency, Governors Island: Sanctuary City 

•2017 Creative Tech Week, Women in Creative Technology

 

EDUCATION

Pratt Institute

The New School: MA (Media Studies)

LINKS:

2023- SKY, Mixed Poetics