We are pleased to announce an exhibition of recent sculpture by Nathalie Miebach. The Little
Ones is Miebach's second exhibition with Miller Yezerski Gallery. There will be a reception for the
artist on Friday June 3, 5 - 8 pm.
Nathalie Miebach's woven sculpture focuses on the intersection of science and art. Central to
this work is her desire to explore the role visual aesthetics play in the translation and
understanding of information, particularly in the three-dimensional space. The Little Ones is
a series of exploratory sculptures that form a new basis for techniques Miebach uses in her work
interpreting scientific data. It is the result of constructive play independent of data, which leads
to unexpected sculptural possibilities. Including both wall-mounted and free- standing work, the
series weaves complex silhouettes with intricate details in varying color schemes and media.
These inquiries open up avenues for Miebach to view data from new vantage points. Each
piece is a contained system that analyzes form, color, and space, acting as a short but
important journey to discovering sculpture on its own terms.
Nathalie Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock-
Krasner Award, TED Global Fellowship, and Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship. She
received an MFA in sculpture and an MSAE in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art,
and currently lives and works in Boston, MA. Her work is shown nationally and abroad, and has
been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, design, and technology. Recent solo
exhibitions include the Peeler Art Center at DePauw University, in Greencastle, IN and The
Museum of Arts and Sciences is Macon, GA.