Artist & Editor
Miah Artola creates interactive installations that combine her paintings and drawings with new media. She is co-inventor of APE (Audio Peak Etcher), a software which generates sound responsive visuals.
Miah is an editor and founder of Artola Digital, a post production company. Clients include: David Lee Roth, BMI, Brooklyn Museum, Queen’s Museum, Meredith Monk/ House Foundation, SXSW Conference & Festivals, United Nations.
She is a faculty instructor at School of Visual Arts.
Recent Solo Shows include:“Sanctuary at Sanctuary City” Governor’s Island Artist in Resident; “Far Away, Installation” The Wild Project, two month installation; “Problem of Memory” Harvestworks; “I’m not telling you what to do but you have to it” Silent Barn, four month installation.
Recent Group Shows include: selected visual composer for Experimental Intermedia “Screen Compositions”; selected artist for “Optosonic tea” at Pioneer Works; “Far Away” screened with Anthology Film Archives; video poems screened with REELpoetry; visual composer at Parrish Art Museum.
Long term projects:
Producer: 2014—2018, Miah initiated and co- produced a monthly AV event, “ab uno pluribus” which showcased new music and live visuals.
Documentary, Installation, Interactive series, Fundraiser: 2014—2019, Miah created a multi-platform project on Nicaraguan poetry and politics.
Artist/ Editor/ Educator
55 Avenue C, #3, New York, NY 10009
ARTOLA DIGITAL Premiere Pro Video Editor, Owner 2005- present. New York, NY All Post Production demands, CLIENTS INCLUDE: Meredith Monk/ House Foundation, United Nations, David Lee Roth, BMI, Pat Oleszko, HarperCollins, Duston Spear, Karin Schneider, Brooklyn Museum IMDb
SOFTWARE Co-creator: APE (Audio Peak Etcher)
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS by year
•2020 Visual composer for Parish Art Museum and screening with REEL/poetry
PRESS: See #31 in Women in Creative Technology
RECENT SOLO SHOWS
LONG TERM PROJECTS
•2013—2019: Co-producer and innovator of monthly AV event: “Ab Uno Pluribus”
•2014—2019: FAR AWAY Multidisciplinary (Interactive Installation, Painting, Drawing, Documentary, Short Films, Fundraiser) project on Nicaraguan poetry and politics
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