Monica Julianna Mirabile
b. Clearwater Beach, FL 1988
BFA- Interdisciplinary Sculpture, MICA
I am an artist exploring behavior, experimental sound and movement as a vehicle. My work navigates the processing of information in the body.
In 2012 I moved to NY to continue a collaboration with Sigrid Lauren of FlucT. FlucT addresses the obedience of American culture through choreography. We create original narrative soundscapes linking a manipulated pop music psychosis with violently intimate dance, our composition is a projection driven to expose the psychology of this social paradigm.
I've worked with many beautiful people over the years and continue to collaborate. As a movement director I've had the pleasure of working with many incredible people. Including Directors: Zia Anger and Daniel Kaufman; Musicians: SOPHIE, Blood Orange, Pictureplane, MNDR, Dan Deacon, Samantha Urbani, Maggie Rogers, Mitski, and Nick Hakim as well as all of the incredible dancers and collaborators I've been fortunate to meet and know intimately through the work we put in the world.
In 2013 I founded Otion Front Studio, an experimental performance space in the Bushwick neighborhood of New York. This space is a performance culture hub, it has been birthed by many artists and continues to grow. otionfront.com
This work has been shown at the Guggenheim, Queens Museum, Signal, Andrea Rosen Gallery, The Broad, JOAN, MOMA PS1 and Maccarone Gallery among others. “Alienated Labor’ was recently acquired into the Whitney Museum's permanent collection. My work has been reviewed by FADER, Mask Magazine, New York Times, Vice’s Creators Project, and Paper Magazine, among others.