Mirabelle Jones (they / them) is a creative technologist and interdisciplinary artist from Oakland currently living in Copenhagen. Recently, they served as a Senior on Meow Wolf‘s interactive technology team with a specialization in immersive storytelling using sensors, computer vision, and responsive lighting and sound.
They are the founder of Art Against Assault, a grassroots organization which promotes works by survivors to raise funds for national resources. They speak regularly at arts institutions like The School of the Art Institute in Chicago and Maryland Institute College of the Arts about the intersection of technology, social justice, and the arts. Their works have been acquired by the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, the Center on Contemporary Art, the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Syracuse University, the University of California Berkeley, as well as many other institutions.
They have held residencies at Women’s Studio Workshop, KALA Arts Institute, Hive Gallery, Codame Labs, Arts Everywhere and Unit One. Their works have been exhibited internationally including most recently the Museum Meermanno, The Center for Performance Research and the Finnish National Opera and Ballet. Their performances and visual works have been heralded by the Huffington Post, ArtNet, Bustle, ATTN, Refinery29, Inquisitr, Mic., Sleek Magazine, Feminist Magazine, Google and Yahoo News, Deutsche Welle, and on the cover of the Berliner Zeitung. They possess an MFA in Book Art and Creative Writing from Mills College and a BA in Language Arts from the University of Santa Cruz informing their world building process as a creator.