b. 1994, Scunthorpe, UK lives and works in Vienna/London
2012-2015, BA History of Art, University of Oxford 2017-2019, MA Architectural History, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Miriam Stoney is a writer, researcher and translator working through academic research, art writing, performance and audio.
Exhibitions, Performances, etc.
2021 (Upcoming) Performance for Вокзал для двоих. Bahnhof für zwei – Group programme at Pik Deutz, Cologne, DE Volks Center – Texts for video work by Nile Koetting for Armen Avanessian & Enemies: Next Waves Theater, Volksbühne Digital Indebtedness: Die Haftung der Geschenknehmenden – Solo exhibition with Tom Glencross, Yung Singh, ao., Kunstverein Kevin Space, Vienna, AT Three fantasies of dethronement in a pathology of want – Poetry contribution for Info UnLtd ft. Schloss Salon, hosted by Sofia Leiby, Cashmere Radio 2020 Die trügerische Sprache in Jahresausstellung – Group exhibition with MA Critical Studies class, Ungargasse 38, Vienna, AT Parasite Salon with Jackie Grassmann, Leonie Huber and Simon Nagy, ao. – for Cruel Summer Camp, Exile, Vienna, AT. The exquisite solitude of the city cyclist – Audio play featured on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing Arts with Gemma Cairney SILKY SOFT BIOMETRICS / What’s a brown girl to do? – Textual performance and sound installation at Haus Wien, Vienna, AT Remain Calm (Reduced +) – Text and performance with Nile Koetting a.o., Shedhalle, Zurich, CH Experience screams, “Growth through Destruction!” – Reading for Texte zum Nachdenken, Zurich, CH The human argument on Berzelius – Audio contribution in collaboration with Vinzenz Schwab, for PlusX with Nile Koetting & the Satori Culture Center hosted by Dylan Spencer-Davidson, Cashmere Radio SILKY SOFT BIOMETRICS / What are you if not evil? – Virtual Listening Session with EBM(T) for Mutant Promise at Somerset House Studies, London, GB Conversation pieces – Audio work for exhibition by Richard Frater, What remains of a naturalist, Robert Heald Gallery, Wellington, NZ The master of house is a lofty room person – Performance and text for group exhibition HAUS & FREU(N)DE with Gleb Amankulov, Lisa Jäger, Tabea Marschall and Antonia Nannt, Schweidlgasse 15/14, Vienna, AT 2019 Remain Calm – Text and performance with Nile Koetting and others, Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Shanghai, PRC ~ for Paradise Found at Klosterruine Berlin, DE ~ Kunstverein Göttingen, DE Kaskade – Text and reading with Richard Frater and Karamia Müller, Tropez, Berlin, DE Big columns that lack artistic taste, or: Better learn history by reading books – Text and reading for launch of Fluff by Philip Poppek, Pogo Bar, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, DE
2021 Die Liebe hat keinen Rhythmus – WUK Magazin, Link (Upcoming) Things we wore (Berlin: Broken Dimanche Press) (Upcoming) “I had a thought,” “I hope you were sitting down.” – Maruša Sagadin, Catalogue, details tbc. (Upcoming) The myth of flatness is sameness is everyone’s greatest fear – written with Caitlin Berrigan for LICHTUNGEN Zeitschrift für Literatur, Kunst und Zeitkritik (Graz) (Upcoming) On the limits of representation: I cannot be knowing – Nora-Swantje Almes, How to Fall in Love with Anxiety (Leipzig: Edizione Multicolore) Scunthorpe Correspondences – written with Tom Glencross for the exhibition Indebtedness: Die Haftung der Geschenknehmenden at Kunstverein Kevin Space We fools on fertile ground, or: Where angels fear to tread – Leonie Huber, Valerie Ludwig & Andrea Zabric (eds.), Big Critical Energy (Vienna: Schlebrügge) 2020 The Winks / Growth through Destruction – for Texte zum Nachdenken #5 (Zurich) Notes on Translation – Philip Poppek, ‘est pas une, (Eindhoven: Onomatopee) Sacred conversations – Portfolio text for Katharina Schilling; German translation by Simon Nagy The thing about holes is that they have boundaries – Anna Holzhauer, Tunnel als Löcher (Dortmund: Verlag Kettler) 2019 If narrative emerged from psychedelic patterns and therapy really worked – Exhibition text for Katharina Schilling, The Second Day, stadium Berlin A thousand metres back and forth maps but a single circuit in – Agathe Bauer, Issue Zero: Picking Up Promises (Berlin: TLTRPreß) Some meditations, or rather mediations, on the way to relief – Luise Marchand, Die Zeichen stehen gut (Leipzig: Edizione Multicolore)