Miles Tuddenham is a multidisciplinary investigative artist, curator and director, working within the domains of time-based media, technical installation, post-internet immersion and digital forensic studies. As a present student of Central Saint Martins, studying a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (4D*), Tuddenham is in the midst of developing his professional practice within contemporary art and technological research. His work aims to explore and investigate the existence of digital/analogue conflicts, tackle childhood curiosity through sculptural and performative satire, and launch technical investigations through forensic research within modern digital practice.


︎ Education:

Film & Media Production, The BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology (London), 2015-17

Foundation Art & Design, City College (Norwich), 2017-18

Level 4 Diploma Forensic Science, NCFE (Online), 2021**

BA Fine Art (4D*), Central Saint Martins (London), 2019-22**


︎ Additional Awards:

Phoebe Llewellyn Smith Award for Fine Art, 2021

Headline Journalism Award, News Academy, 2015

Certificate in Forensic Psychology: Witness Investigation, The Open University / FL (Prof. Graham Pike), 2021



* ‘time-based, performative and interdisciplinary practices’
** currently undertaking