Future Calling, long listed Aesthetica Art Prize 2022
Miranda studied for her Fine Art MA at Central Saint Martins, as well as a BA hons in Theatre and Performance from the University of Warwick. She has been long listed for the Aesthetica art prize ‘22 and will be in their anthology of contemporary artists Future Now 22. Miranda’s work will be shown at York Gallery in the summer 22. Miranda recently had her work displayed at the Royal Cambrian Academy, Tate Modern, Willesden Gallery and part of ING Discerning Eye, a well as inclusion in shows at the National Portrait Gallery and Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and 1st prize winner of the ArtsDepot Open.
Miranda has exhibited nationally and internationally.
Miranda was selected to be part of the Florence Trust residency programme in the past and was a participant on the Franko B mentoring scheme.
Fascinated by light, translucency and shadow, Miranda uses these to enhance her performative artworks; like crossfades in a film. Inspired by storytelling, old family photos, artists such as Boltanski, and playwrights like Beckett, Miranda creates her own take on visual narratives.
The passing of time is integral to Miranda's work, as she projects 35mm slides onto people, captured as final images with a digital camera. There is a sense of past and present colliding in the final images.