Miriam Parker

Miriam Parker, photo by Shana Trajanoska

Miriam Parker (born in New York City) is an interdisciplinary artist who uses movement, paint, video art and sculpture/installation. Her work has been influenced by her experience as a dancer, her study of Buddhism phenomenology, and her connection to the free jazz tradition. Parker is a Monira Foundation artist resident at Mana contemporary. In 2021 she received the Toulmin Fellowship through CBA and National Sawdust in collaboration with Marisa Michelson. She has performed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; PS1 MoMA, New York; The Fridman Gallery, New York; a residency at École Normale Supérieure, Paris; at the Every Women Biennial, New York; Survey Dover Plains, NY; at Vision Festival through consecutive years; the Satellite Art Fair, in Miami, FL; Clement Soto Velez Cultural and Education Center, New York; Whitebox ArtCenter, New York; a month residency at Governors Island in the House of Poetics curated by Cooper Union; among others.

She is co-founder and collaborator of Lost Voyage, a multimedia collaborative work led by seven women artists, Lost Voyage is an on-going collaborative project that explores human relationships with displacement, haven and metaphysical constructs through a communal experience. They have performed in WhiteBox New York, NY; Five Myles, in Brooklyn, NY; and Roulette Intermedium, Brooklyn, NY.

Instagram: @miriamparts

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