Jules Gimbrone
Creative Council

Jules Gimbrone is a sonic/visual artist and composer who invests in the ways that an unstable subjectivity engages with social and internalized, cognitive technologies. The work synthesizes physical and sonic material, sensory perception, the physical body, electronics, and objects. As both a visual and sonic artist, Gimbrone works in a third space to produce synesthetic, hybrid content. They developed a rubric that they call Trans-Sensing. Trans-Sensing Modalities are methods that trans people—specifically those who identify as transgender, but also people whose subjectivity is unmoored or unrecognizable to the dominant culture—intuitively cultivate to navigate the world.

Gimbrone’s work has appeared at museums (Walker Art Center, MOMA PS1, The Rubin Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park), galleries (Bortolami, Klaus von Nichtssagend, Park View Gallery, Vox Populi), interdisciplinary spaces (Pioneer Works, Judson Church, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), and music venues (REDCAT, ISSUE Project Room, Spectrum).