Artist and Choreographer

Monica Mirabile‘s’ multi-process work converges performance, paintings, installations, and audio composition to evoke intensely felt living systems. Her choreographic productions redefine performance as behavior, exploring the dynamics of power, support, and spirit within the body. Mirabile incorporates somatic therapy into her rehearsal processes, fostering a nuanced understanding of movement. The scenographic installations accompanying her choreography often feature her paintings.

As one half of the performance duo Fluct, Mirabile has left a significant mark on the art scene. Her performances and exhibitions span prestigious venues, including the Guggenheim, Performance Space New York, The Broad Museum, PS1, Miami Art Basel, HAU Berlin, NADA, Performa, and the Queens Museum. Beyond the visual and performance arts, Mirabile has choreographed and directed live tours and videos for notable musicians like SOPHIE, Mitski, Yaeji, Eartheater, Zsela, and Maggie Rogers. Her influential work was acquired into The Whitney's permanent collection in 2017.

In addition to her artistic pursuits, Mirabile is the founder of Otion Front Studio(established in 2014), a performance community rehearsal space in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, she organizes the Open Movement : free artist-led movement workshops and rehearsal space program at Performance Space New York in the East Village, contributing to the cultivation of a vibrant and inclusive artistic community.

Born 1988 in Clearwater, FL
Lives in NYC