Mirabelle Jones is a queer, non-binary creative technologist, interdisciplinary artist, and researcher based in Copenhagen investigating critical, creative practices in technology. Their work explores the immersive storytelling potential of sensors, spatialized sound, LEDs, animatronics, XR, wearables, artificial intelligence, natural language processing and computer vision. They are a PhD candidate at The University of Copenhagen in the Department of Computer Science (DIKU) within the Human-Centered Computing section and hold an M.F.A. in Book Art & Creative Writing from Mills College and a BA in Literature from UC Santa Cruz. A proponent of STEAM education and interdisciplinary development, they are a frequent speaker on the subject of accessible, ethical, and feminist design practices. Their works have most recently been featured at Catch: Center for Art, Design, and Technology, ATA Gallery, the Museum Meermanno and the Center for Performance Research and appear in several collections including the One National Gay & Lesbian Archives and the Center on Contemporary Art’s historic Hear Our Voice collection. Their performances and visual works have been heralded by the Huffington Post, ArtNet, Ms. Magazine, Ingeniøren, Bustle, ATTN, Refinery29, Inquisitr, Mic., Sleek Magazine, Feminist Magazine, Deutsche Welle, Google News, Yahoo News, PBS, Roundtable Journal, Tip, Berliner Zeitung and elsewhere.