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Myriam Thyes
* 1963, currently based: Dusseldorf, Germany
Affiliated institution: IMAI Foundation - inter media art institute
www.thyes.com myriam@thyes.com www.flag-metamorphoses.net

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Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “Myriam Thyes – artist profile”. https://digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/thyes.html. (retrieved 2023-12-01). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = {Myriam Thyes artist profile}, url = {https://digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/thyes.html}, urldate = {retrieved 2023-12-01}
About
Myriam Thyes, *1963 in Luxembourg, grew up in Zurich, lives in Düsseldorf. 1986-92 Düsseldorf Art Academy, Prof. Nan Hoover. Exhibitions and festivals since 1994, including: 2004 Marl Media Art Awards; Transmediale Berlin; 2005 Kunstfilm Biennale (Cologne, KW Berlin, Istanbul Modern); EMAF Osnabrueck; 2006 FILE RIO, Rio de Janeiro; 2007 Urban Screens, Cornerhouse Manchester; 2008 Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen; 2009 solo exhibition Kunstverein Rhein-Sieg, Siegburg; 2011 Shedhalle Zurich; 2012 KIT Art in the Tunnel Düsseldorf; Video Vortex, MSU Zagreb; 2013 Share Prize Turin; 2014 + 2015 steirischer herbst Graz; 2015 NRW Forum Düsseldorf; 2017 Museum Villa Rot; 2018 Ludwig Gallery Schloss Oberhausen; 2019 ME Collectors Room Berlin; Solo exhibition Art Museum Ahlen; 2021 Pillnitz Palace Dresden; 2021 + 2022 Huguenot House Kassel; 2022 HEK Basel (online). Several awards and grants. Is represented by the imai Foundation. Works mainly with digital media, is known for video installations / animations with social and cultural-historical themes.
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Biography, videography, exhibitions, festivals, bibliography ...

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News
26.12.2020

ICA International Cultural Artifact Film Festival, 26 + 27 Dec. 2020, Pune, India.

'Graceful Other' is part of it.

05.09.2020

Sphere – World Cinema Carnival Festival, 5-12 Sep. 2020, this year online on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ8nMBxRLQHBsXaR6_y2_JQ

'Sophie Taeuber-Arps Vanishing Lines' is part of it.

20.08.2020

SALON FOR A SPECULATIVE FUTURE https://mabibliotheque.cargo.site/Monika-Oeschler-SALON-FOR-A-SPECULATIVE-FUTURE-2020

MA BIBLIOTHEQUE is delighted to announce the publication of SALON FOR A SPECULATIVE FUTURE. Edited by Monika Oechsler, with Sharon Kivland, 2020

04.05.2019

B.A.R.O.C.K. Artistic Interventions in Caputh Palace

Margret Eicher, Luzia Simons, Rebecca Stevenson, Myriam Thyes. Group exhibition, May 4 till Oct. 31, 2019 www.spsg.de/aktuelles/ausstellung/barock/

Exhibitions & Events
Publications & References
Hudson, Dale and Patricia Zimmermann, ed. Thinking Through Digital Media - Transnational Environments and Locative Places. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Shedhalle Zurich + Swiss federal office of culture BAK and Anke Hoffmann and Andreas Broeckmann and Sibylle Omlin and Yvonne Volkart, ed. Connect - art between media and reality.. Zurich: Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, 2011.
Schreuder, Catrien, ed. Pixels and Places – Video Art in Public Space. Vol.ISBN 978-90-5662-738-6. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2010.
Wells, Paul and Johnny Hardstaff, ed. Re-Imagining Animation (Animation Academy, Loughborough University, UK). Vol.ISBN 9782940373697. 1 th ed.Lausanne: AVA Publishing SA, 2008.