Disembodied biological forms and hybridised objects populate Mia’s practice, forming a relational archaeology that is both visceral and mythic. Rather than situating humanity as removed from or in dominance over the biosphere, her works explore their fused identity, and consider the vast physical, cultural and elemental processes encompassing us, as well as the possible worlds beyond us. The result is a conflation of the domestic, the fantastic, and the organic, where multiple timescales exist in tandem, and coagulations in diverse movements of matter and culture converge.
[[Mia is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Sydney. She completed a BFA (Hons) from UNSW Art and Design in 2013 and has since exhibited widely in Australia and abroad.]]