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Weaving the Web: Mapping Memories of Chinatown
A Collaboration with Alejandro Salgado Cendales and the Chinatown community
Screening, Q&A, Artist Talk
Shanghai Restaurant, 651 Somerset Street West, Ottawa, Canada
January 26, 2018, 6-9 pm

Solo Exhibit
Jointly presented by Sivarulrasa Gallery and the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia
229 Chapel Street, ON, Canada
Oct. 23 - Nov. 17, 2017
vernissage: Oct. 26, 5-8pm

Red / Wash
Solo Exhibit
Neubacher Shor Contemporary
250 Emerson Avenue, Toronto, Canada
October 14- November 12, 2016

Searching for a Phase Change
A collaboration with LaneCoArts and Yan Jiemin
Boston Centre for the Arts, Mills Gallery, Boston, MA
October 1, 2016

Material Archive
City University of New York, Queens College
Klapper Hall Gallery, New York, NY
March 28- April 1, 2016

Thru the Rabbit Hole
Sideshow Gallery
319 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY
January 9th - March 20th, 2016

Precarious Workers Pageant
6PM, S.a.L.E.-Docks, Venice, Italy
August 7th, 2015

USSEA Regional Conference
An Inclusive World: Bridging Communities
Queens Museum, Queens, NY
July 17- 19, 2015

Morbid Anatomy Museum
424 Third Ave, Brooklyn, NY
May 26, 2015

Assembly Required: Making Space for Social Engagement at the Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY
May 16 - 17, 2015

New Work New York
1st Biennale Survey of work by New York City MFA Students & Recent Graduates
695 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY
March 13 - April 26, 2015


Born in Canada, Mirana Zuger is a multi-disciplinary artist working in painting, sculpture and performance. Her works are found in public and private collections in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia. Zuger's work was featured in a collaborative community project hosted by the Brooklyn Museum. She performed in The Precarious Workers Pageant in conjunction with the 56th Annual International Exhibition: All the World's Futures at the Venice Biennale in Venice, Italy. Recent projects include collaborations with Lane Co Arts dance company in New York City, COCOON a public space sculpture by Kate Brown, South Bronx, and Park Terrace Care Centre, creating work with brain trauma patients in Queens, NY. She holds an MFA from Queens College, City University of New York and is a graduate of Concordia University, Montreal (Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction).


I am constantly questioning the role of the artist in society. My work is created through the experiences and exchanges I have with others. I am also driven by the curiosity of our universe; movement, gravity, time and space, physical matter, chance and the unknown. In Western society we live in a world that champions speed and market. I am attracted to projects that lend themselves to a slower tempo, working and sharing ideas with others that acknowledge how precious time is and allow for contemplation of what it means to be human, to be able to create, love, share and learn from one another. I am particularly interested in the sharing of stories, uncovering truths and archiving accurate histories.

Creating from my core is my way of navigating the realities of our world. I hope to make a contribution by continuing to learn about and appreciate what each day can reveal.