Whilst engaging with social, bodily, and spatial theories, Mia’s practice situates around the complex and interconnected relationships we have with our everyday fabric.  

Through a critically, socially and materially engaged approach to research of woven textiles, Mia’s work stems from a formulative interest in the ways in which the ubiquity, commonality and material language of cloth acts as a tool for knowledge exchange and universal understanding of human experience. Her work is rooted in topics of embodiment, material value, and socio-political and emotional discourses situated in and around woven fabric. 


The multidisciplinary works, and often site-specific, sculptural forms and installations, she produces are offered as a space for re-imagining; for considering the depth of our relationships with cloth and the ontological effects of our engagements with it. 




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2020 - 2021

MA: Design Expanded Practice

(Fashions and Embodiment studio) 

Goldsmiths University of London

2016 - 2019

BA: Textile Design (Weave) 

Chelsea College of Arts, UAL 

2015 - 2016

Foundation Diploma (Textiles)

Leeds Arts University


Upcoming - 2022/2023

DRAWinternational, Caylus, France 

[International] Artist In Residence 

August - September 

Henry Moore Foundation, Hertfordshire 

Artist Research Fellow


1st - 30th June

The Playhouse, Leeds

Leeds Summer Group Show



5th January - 5th February

Sunny Bank Mills, Leeds

Artist In Residence 


12th August - 5th September

Studio 3 Arts, London 

Windows In, Commission, Public Installation 


May 1st - June 6th

Sunny Bank Mills, Leeds 

Ones To Watch 2021 [Group Exhibition] 

- Judges Prize Award Winner 


Sep 25th - Oct 1st

Boomer Gallery, London

New Wave [Group Exhibition]