German artist Marco Miehling’s multidisciplinary practice draws together - often in a single installation - concerns of ecology and the environment, industrial design, collaboration and performance and the globalisation of the art world. More recent works are activated by performers interacting bodily with the different stages or elements of his installations.
“It becomes our shared responsibility as the creatives, to imagine new ecological futures and new ways of working, and being together, across continents and cultures, but without travelling.”
Marco Miehling (b. 1986, Böblingen, Germany) lives and works in Europe. He studied BA Industrial Design at HS Pforzheim, Pforzheim, Germany (2007-2014) and MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art, London (2015-2017). Recent exhibitions include: Among her Leisure Occupations is Birdwatching, Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, Fulmer (2020); Power of Site, Nirox Sculpture Park, Johannesburg (2019), The Art Block Selfridges in partnership with Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Selfridges, London (2019), Recreational Grounds by Dateagle Art, London (2019); An Arrangement in Two Halves, a Bench in Two Parts - Part 1 & 2 with James Fuller, William Benington Gallery, London (2018-19); Royal Society of Sculptors Bursary Awards Exhibition, RSS Dora House, London (2018); This is a stone stacking exhibition with Michael Mieskes, Nirox Sculpture Park, Johannesburg (2018); There was Nowhere to Sit II: I’m Falling between Two Stools, Platform Southwark, London (2018); The Boatswain’s Reclaim, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK (2018). Recent residencies include: Fundación Casa Wabi ArtReview Open Call, Oaxaca, Mexico (2021) (forthcoming); Nirox Foundation Sculpture Park, Johannesburg, South Africa (2018); Illuminate Productions at Platform Southwark, London (2018); Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Yorkshire UK (2017).