Jack Miguel is an artist, poet and arts educator from London. Rooted in language, his practice encompasses sound design, sculpture and moving image. Jack holds a BA in Sound Arts from Brighton University and in 2015 he became the first poet to attend the prestigious Guildhall School of Music & Drama where he earned a distinction on the MMus Leadership programme and was awarded the Guildhall 'Starred' award for performance.
Jacks work has been featured in The Telegraph, Noisy (Vice), Classic FM, M Magazine, Sabotage Times, Dummy Mag, NTS and on BBC Radio London and BBC Radio One. He has performed and exhibited his work both solo and collaboratively at venues and festivals across England and Europe and has been commissioned to create original work by The Union Chapel, the YMCA and the Barbican Centre among others.
Jacks latest project ‘The Turning of the Leaves’ is a multi-screen audio visual installation & accompanying chapbook concerned with the challenges facing men today amidst inherited narratives of power, violence and invulnerability.
"He is, in short, a bit of a 21st century renaissance man." - Jocks & Nerds Magazine
Selected Exhibitions & Features:
2019 | Feature, Jocks & Nerds Magazine
2018 | Exhibition, The Turning of the Leaves, Union Chapel, London
2018 | The Turning of the Leaves interview, Little Black Book,
2017 | Group Exhibition, Curious festival, Barbican Centre, London
2017 | Strangelove 'Lonely Souls' premiere, Dummy Mag,
2016 | Solo Exhibition, King Bones, Milton Court, London
2014 | Interview, Noisy. Vice,