UK; Lives and works in London

2001-2002 Brunel University, MA Psychoanalytic Studies

1975-1978 Byam Shaw College of Art 

In 2007, Miranda Argyle introduced stitch into her work and subsequently held two site-specific exhibitions at Eleven Spitalfields: From Where I’m Looking Monsieur Lekeux, Part I (2010) and Part II (2015). Previous to this, the former Ballet Rambert soloist Lucy Bethune choreographed a piece for Argyle’s text-based stitching, Heartbeat, in 2009, with a second the following year for I Can Change. In 2015, an installation of Argyle’s work was shown alongside Fine Cell Work (created by prisoners trained in skilled needlework) at Doddington Hall in Lincolnshire. Work concerning Australia’s controversial detention centres on Pacific immigration islands was included in the 249th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2017).