Radiolarian multidisciplinary art
By Miik Green
Miik Green is a multidisciplinary visual artist living in Perth, Western Australia. Green draws his inspiration from the microscopic aspects of nature, and is currently involved in cross-disciplinary artistic collaborations that integrate the fields of science, mathematics, chemistry and physics. The strength of his practice lies in his ability to translate microforms such as radiolarian, into paintings and sculptural pieces, while preserving the integrity of the original form. He utilises heterogeneous material combinations to realise these micro-structures that appear strikingly similar forms in nature.
Green is a PhD candidate at Curtin University and recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award for research excellence. He is represented throughout Australia by Stella Downer Fine Art (NSW), FLG Gallery (VIC) and Linton & Kay Contemporary (WA). Green has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Hons, 1st Class) through Curtin University, a Bachelor of Visual Arts, Painting at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia and an Advanced Diploma of Industrial Design through the WA School of Art and Design.
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