Future Calling, long listed Aesthetica Art Prize 2022
Miranda studied for her Fine Art MA at Central Saint Martins, after studying a BA hons in Theatre and Performance from the University of Warwick. Miranda's work has a sense of performance throughout.
Fascinated by light, translucency and shadow, Miranda uses these to enhance her artworks; like crossfades in a film. Inspired by storytelling, old family photos, interiors and fragments of the past, Mirandas art is largely made using old slide projectors, and slides often projected onto figures or interiors and rephotographed with with 35mm or digital camera's.
There is a sense of past and present colliding in the final images.
October 2023 Zari Gallery, Art Gemini Award,London
October 2023 HOME, The Department Store, London
October 2023, Fashion City Artist Residency Exhibition, Museum of London Docklands
2023 Pillar Gallery, Herspace, London
2023 Hansard Studio, 10x10, London
2023 Royal Cambrian Academy Open, Wales
2022 York Gallery, Aesthetica Open, Yorkshire
2022 Crypt Gallery, Legacy, group exhibition, London
2022 Royal Cambrian Academy Open, Wales
2021 Willesden Gallery, London, Re:store Re:new Re:imagine, London
2021 Royal Cambrian Academy Open , Wales
2020 Exhibited at Tate Lates, Tate Modern, London
2020 ING Discerning Eye, London
2017 Artsdepot Open, London - First Prize Winner , London
2016 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2016 Art commission at Kings Place, London
2016,Inside View, National Portrait Gallery, London
Miranda was selected to be part of the Florence Trust residency programme and was a participant on the Franko B mentoring scheme.
Miranda's work has been in published in various publications, including the Aesthetica Magazine Future Now anthology 22 and Valour Magazine 2023.
Miranda is currently an artist in residence for the National Portrait Gallery's hospital programme.
Miranda is also completing a month long artist residency (October 2023) with The Museum of London Docklands to coincide with the Fashion City exhibition.
An artist talk recorded by artcan is available:
Miranda was also commissioned to make a mindful drawing short film by the National Portrait Gallery:
Miranda was also selected as an artist to be part of the re opening celebrations at the National Portrait Gallery with HRH Princess Catherine of Wales joining her to make art inspired by the collection.