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miriam aziz artist chronology
miriam aziz artist chronology


Commissioned to film the 4th annual Masterclass in International Law held by the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg taught by Professor E. Tourme-Jouannet (Sciences Po, Paris). A documentary of legal anthropology of a masterclass as performance and the apprenticeship of the choreography of global academic cultures (videography and music).



Ich sehe nicht die Stunde / I do not see the Hour (2014), A former judge disappears on her way to meet an old friend leaving only a letter and a collection of sketches behind. The letter has since evolved into a short story and the sketches have developed into portraits. The question remains: what became of the woman? Ich sehe nicht die Stunde was developed as a multimedia short story installation using the Creatavist App. It premiered in September 2014 at Himmelheber Buchhandlung, Heidelberg, Germany. (painting / text / dance)



Creative Director of Antonio Gnecchi Ruscone’s installation, “Perpetuum Immobile” at Moreschi‘s in Milan.



Lost for Words (2012), a performance laboratory installation developed with Artist (s) at Large® on memory, testimony, narratives and the law through and beyond text. Premiered at the DiMenna Center / Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York in November 2012. Funded by New York University (NYU) School / Emile Noël Fellowship and the New York State Council on the Arts.



  • Music and Sound design for Kenly Warren (jewelry designer) promotional film.
  • Creative Thinking for Lawyers (CTL) (2011), a teaching initiative developed at Cardozo Law School, New York and Université Paris Dauphine (UPD) for lawyers through simulation, role play, music and movement. It has also contributed to the Beyond Text in Legal Education project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) based at the School of Law of Edinburgh University, New York University (NYU) School and the New York State Council on the Arts.



Anne Namba Fashion Show at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York as a model / dancer.


2009 / 12

Creation of Artist (s) at Large®, an inter-disciplinary participatory performance art laboratory based in New York to explore ideas about testimony and narratives (Were you with me?). The lab sessions took place at regular intervals at the Baryshnikov Arts Center subsidised by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.



Music and sound design for a performance piece by Tancredo Tavárez, a former Martha Graham dancer who teaches modern dance at the Béjart school (Ecole-Atelier Rudra Béjart) in Lausanne, Switzerland.