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.
Venues where her work have been shown include: The Dome at PS1/MoMA, Queen’s Museum, Museum of Natural History, Parker’s Box Gallery, ARCO Madrid, Andrew Roth Gallery, L Cafe, Galapagos, Issue Project Room, The Cake Shop, Ramis Barquet Gallery, Goodbye Blue Monday, Silent Barn, Flamboyán Theater, Studio7 Gallery at Ft. Tilden, Issue Project Room, Anthology Film Archives, Harvestworks, The Wild Project, Pioneer Works, 303 Gallery, Dixon Place, Cornelia Street Cafe, Waverly Labs for Music & Computing, Governors Island, Experimental Intermedia. Miah’s themes center around indigenous displacement, animals, and poetry.
Miah is the founder of Artola Digital, a post production company. Clients include: United Nations DP, Meredith Monk/ House Foundation, David Lee Roth, Brooklyn Museum, SxSW Conferences & Festivals, Phil Niblock/ EI, BMI, Stadium Red, Glassnote Records, Andrzej Krakowski, Dance Movement Workshop, HGTV, HarperCollins, Joachim Pissarro, Duston Spear, Karin Schneider, Chashama,Manoj Bavisk, Federico Pignatelli/ Pier 59, Cage Gallery, Roosevelt House, Pat OleszkoIMDb
She is a faculty instructor at School of Visual Arts.
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Miah is of Nicaraguan descent and is in her 6th year of creating a multi-platform project on its poetry and politics. She also staged (with Mercades Gallego and Alessandra Zeka)a highly successful fundraiser on the 2018 uprising/repression.
From January 2014- January 2019, Miah co- produced a monthly AV event, “ab uno pluribus” which showcased new music and live visuals