Jules Gimbrone

November 2, 2022 7PM

Starr Foundation Hall, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, Room L102, New York NY

Jules Gimbrone is an artist and composer who works from a platform of diffused subjectivity, looking to a
confluence of biology, technology, and social structures to examine what they call “Trans-Sensing”
modalities. As both a visual and sonic artist, Gimbrone explores the methods that people who identify as
transgender–but also people whose subjectivity is unmoored or unrecognizable to the dominant
culture–intuitively cultivate to navigate the world. Over the last ten years Gimbrone’s work has appeared
internationally in a variety of venues including museums such as Hammer Museum, Walker Art Center,
SculptureCenter, MOMA PS1, The Rubin Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, Brown University;
interdisciplinary spaces such as Pioneer Works, MonkeyTown, Judson Church, Los Angeles
Contemporary Exhibitions, Human Resources LA, LAXART Los Angeles; music venues such as

REDCAT, ISSUE Project Room, and Spectrum; galleries such as Bortolami, Stellar Projects, Park View
Gallery, Vox Populi, Bodega Gallery, Helena Anrather, City Limits Gallery, and Melanie Flood Projects;
and theaters such as the Théâtre de l’Usine, Switzerland. https://julesgimbrone.com/

Traps and Transmutations 3, 2021

 Aluminum truss, wood, spotlights, acrylic boxes, electronics, salt water, glass vessel, glycerin, resin-encased glycerin, resin-encased cabbage, resin-encased microphone, tactile transducers, bass shaker, steak knives, frozen shirt 60 x 112 x 112 in