Miah Artola

Miah Artola is a visual artist, video editor, AV visualist and founder of Artola Digital

Miah creates interactive multi-media installations which incorporate her drawings, sculptures and video.

Miah invented the APE processor which generates visuals and effects based upon audio frequencies and amplitude.

She initiated, co-produces, and performs visuals in a monthly AV series

Her work explores the continual process of creation we are engaged with and seeks to encourage a heightened awareness of the weight of our presence.

Clients / Venues include: Queen's Museum, United Nations DP, Cage Gallery, David Lee Roth, PS1, Chashama, Phil Niblock, Museum of Natural History, Roosevelt House, Parker's Box Gallery, Fuchs Projects / Rafael Fuchs, Galapagos, South by Southwest, Broadcast Music Inc., Stadium Red, Glassnote Records, HarperCollins, Dance Movement Workshop, HG TV, Manoj Baviskar, Ramis Barquet Gallery, Joachim Pissarro, Duston Spear.