Miriam Simun makes creative disruptions: actions and objects that poke, provoke and re-imagine current systems. By any medium necessary (including performance, food, sculpture, installation and writing) she creates experiences that open up spaces of possibility, imagination and debate. Based in scientific, historical and ethnographic research, much of her work interrogates the implications of socio-technical-environmental change. Simun holds a bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics and a master’s degree in Interactive Telecommunications from NYU.
Eat Your Future
Eat Your Future is a series of multi-sensory immersive dining experiences set in future worlds. Defined by dramatic environmen…
EventsJul 01, 14
Faye Driscoll, Natalie Jeremijenko, Meredith Monk, Miriam Simun & Elaine Tin Nyo in Jake Yuzna-curated “NYC Makers” at the Museum of Art & Design in New YorkMar 27, 14 Oct 15, 13
Miriam Simun's "GhostFood" is featured in Marfa Dialogues/NY on Climate Change, The Rauschenberg Project Space, New York