Miriam Sentler (b. 1994) is an interdisciplinary artist, working mainly within the fields of installation, video, and artist publications. Born in Germany but residing in the Netherlands, she holds a Bachelors degree from the Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht (NL) and is currently pursuing a Master Degree in Artistic Research at the University of Amsterdam (NL). From 2017 until 2018 she lived in London (UK), where she achieved a certificate from Goldsmiths, University of Arts London.

Since graduation in 2016, she participated in the RAVI residency program (BE) and the LWC Arctic residency (NO) next to taking part in several group exhibitions and artistic research projects in Europe. Her work has been shown in several art galleries and exhibition spaces amongst Gallery Ron Mandos Amsterdam (NL), Marres, House for contemporary culture, (NL) Barcsay Hall Budapest (HU), CIAP Kunstverein (BE) and Haus der Kunst Munich (DE). For her graduation project, she has been nominated for the Henriette Hustinx Award, the Ron Mandos Young Blood Award and the Young Master Award. 
Artist Statement

‘Using several mediums, I build narrative installations which aim to connect personal experiences with collective memory. Within my practice, I’m fascinated by the traveling of natural and industrial objects and the constant changing and shifting of ecological landscapes, caused by human influence and symbolism. By reviewing certain moments through the lens of the ‘bricoleur’ (Claude Lévi-Strauss, 1962) and further elaborating on them by the constant use of association, my work is emphasizing the strange accumulation of  traveling phenomena which happen around us on a daily basis, creating new contexts which shape the way in which the world is experienced within the meta-modern times. Following these phenomena can lead to a camel in the Arctic desert or a singing stone in the Italian Dolomites, constantly dipping in and out of the realms of fiction and reality in the process.’