Miranda Whall’s recent and current work includes drawings, paintings, video, photography, animation and sound presenting self portraits that explore the representation of both her body and her experiences.
Whall constructs fantasy scenarios where she co-exists with inanimate objects or living creatures, making humorous, unlikely and uncanny connections, dynamics and relationships. Whall's work is extremely personal, exhibitionist and explicit, representing her sexual, fertile, expressive and intimate self in order to draw attention to and discuss the appropriateness and place for the politics surrounding feminine identity and of trying to be the author and owner of her own sexual and feminine image.
Whall is a Lecturer in Fine Art, Aberystwyth School of Art, University Wales. She is represented by Vane, Contemporary Art, Newcastle upon Tyne and Mermaid and Monster, Cardiff having studied B.A Fine Art at UWIC, Cardiff between 1989 –1992 and Fine Art, Sculpture at The Royal Academy Schools between 1993 -96.
The artist was in the following exhibitions: Loners' Island The Golden Record The Last Days of The Empire This artist is featured in: One In The OtherThis artist is featured in: It Was Never Going To Be Straightforward