Miguel Miceli is a visual artist originally from Brussels. After a degree in graphic design, he went on to pursue a MFA degree at the Slade School of Fine Arts. Having started his practice in 2014, he has already exhibited in both Brussels and London, as well as being part of curatorial teams for them.
He is now pursuing his practice outside of the institution and putting together shows with curators Davie and Lerendu.
His approach in multidisciplinary, he works with a vast array of techniques, from photography to video, sound design, sculpture and more recently drawing.
His artistic practice focuses on the intersection of archeology, technology, sociology and art.
More specifically, his research centers on the way in which the sacred develops and can be considered.
Led by a desire to break free from a generic reality and drift towards a more intimate experiential space, his work investigates these matters through ritualistic interactions with landmarks, the appropriation of existing artefacts, the creation of fictitious items, and the possibilities that emerge through their encounters.
- a cave with a view, Chalton Gallery, London UK
- House Work, The Workhouse, London, UK
- Homer Reimagined, Woburn Research Center, London, UK
- Slade School of Art MA/MFA/PHD Degree Show, London, UK
- Future Relics, Chelsea Future Space, London, UK
- Nomination - Aspen Online Art Award 2016
- burning with pleasure, Curious Duke Gallery, London, UK
- Slade School of Art Interim Show, London, UK
- Circular Stream, London, UK
- a dinner party you’re not invited to, W1T 6BA London, UK
- Portes Ouvertes, erg, Brussels, BE
- Yen, collective exhibition, Brussels, BE