MiA Collective Art
MiA Collective Art is a collaborative media platform and project space for artists of inspiring minds. Its mission is to empower artists through collaborative project opportunities to actively share the creative voices of our time.
Born 1989, Auburn, Alabama, USA. Lives and works in New York.
Grace Noh is a curator who received her M.A. in Art History from New York University Institute of Fine Arts. Her curatorial practice centers around new formations of ideas from the translations of the past. She is the co-founder of a collaborative art project space, MiA Collective Art, based in New York and Beijing. She has curated exhibitions, produced digital contents and published journals for a number of galleries, institutions, and magazines in New York and abroad.
Born 1986, Inner Mongolia, China. Lives and works in New York and Beijing.
Zhou Yichen is a visual artist and photographer. She moved to New York City in 2010. Her performance-based work explores her identity as part of a new generation of Chinese artists and points to the challenges of living in a world where she finds multiple cultures and values in conflict. Zhou received her MFA in Photography and Related Media at Parsons School of Design in 2013 and had numerous exhibitions in Russia, United States and China.