Miik Green is a researcher and educator in contemporary arts in Western Australia. He is also an associate editor for two international art journals, a published author and previous Chair of Artsource, Western Australia’s peak visual arts body. He has been invited to speak on arts practice at national and international conferences, most recently in Paris, Rome and Budapest.
In 2015, Green was awarded a doctorate in arts practice through Curtin University, after being granted an Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship. He remains a promoter of visual culture in this State, actively pursuing opportunities for artists to exchange with the broader public. Green lives in Perth and works from his Maylands studio. He is represented by Linton & Kay Contemporary in WA, Gunyulgup Galleries in the South-West and throughout the USA with Holly Hunt.
prototype, pulse 122
Materials: aluminium, solid bar, rolled, auto paint
Size: 200 x 150 x 150 cm
Price: $22, 000
prototype, pulse 122 is composed of solid aluminium sections: the work appears to contort and twist through itself, to create a nested form. The sculpture’s surface contains key colour transitions as it loops and bends through space. Inspiration for this work draws from selections of music, in which the score is transposed to a physical form.