Miggy Inumerable was born in Manila, Philippines, in 1987. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. He took part in Metafora’s International Workshop for Studio Arts in Barcelona, Spain, in 2013, and different artist in residency programs, among others Takt Kunstprojektraum, Berlin in 2013, and Shangyuan Art Museum, Beijing in 2014. He is also a member of the artist collective 98B Collaboratory.

He explores the concept of drawing through traditional and expanded drawing using sculpture, installation and new media. He also explores the use of science and technology, particularly computer programming in his artistic practice. His work aims to translate time-based experiences through series of rules and regulations through which complexity and dynamism emerges. In the four-channel video Attempts at Symmetry, shapes are randomly created within a certain range; the values are both random and pre-defined. After a given time, the range changes again. Thus constricting the shapes to a certain section of the screen again. The program was ran and edited four different times to produce four different videos attempting to make a symmetrical movement between the shapes. Since randomness is involved, symmetry is never truly achieved.