Miles Greenberg (b. 1997 in Montreal, QC, Canada) is a performance artist, sculptor and researcher of corporal movement based in New York.
At age seventeen, Greenberg left formal education and threw himself into a four-year independent research project studying movement and architecture as they relate to Black bodies. This spanned a number of residencies including École Jacques Lecoq and Musée du Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Red Gate Gallery Beijing and Long Island’s Watermill Center. He has a largely self-acquired background in linguistics, perfumery and physical theatre, and has studied under the direction of various mentors such as Édouard Lock, Robert Wilson and Marina Abramović.