Miah Artola creates interactive installations which incorporate her drawings and paintings.
She is the founder of Artola Digital and co-inventor of the software APE (Audio Peak Etcher), which generates sound responsive visuals.
Venues where her work has been shown include: The Dome at PS1/MoMA, Queen’s Museum, Museum of Natural History, Parker’s Box Gallery, Andrew Roth Gallery, L Cafe, Galapagos, Issue Project Room, The Cake Shop, Ramis Barquet Gallery, Goodbye Blue Monday, Silent Barn, 303 Gallery, ARCO Madrid, Flamboyán Theater, Studio7 Gallery at Ft. Tilden, Anthology Film Archives, Harvestworks, The Wild Project, Planeta NYC.
Clients include: United Nations DP, David Lee Roth, BMI, Stadium Red, Glassnote Records, Rafael Fuchs, Dance Movement Workshop, HGTV, HarperCollins, Joachim Pissarro, Duston Spear, Karin Schneider, Chashama, Phil Niblock, Roosevelt House, Brooklyn Museum, South by Southwest Conferences & Festivals, Manoj Bavisk, Federico Pignatelli/ Pier 59, Cage Gallery
Miah’s work includes themes of animal alterity, land politics, and poetry as a tool for transformation. She is of Nicaraguan descent and was recently awarded an artist residency at La Escuelita Nicaragua to complete “Far Away” a multi platform project on poetry in Nicaragua.