Director: Miranda (Mir) Morales Rosales
Bio: Miranda (Mir) Morales Rosales. 1996. Visual Artist, Animator and Designer born in Mexico City and grew up between Estado de Mexico and Mexico City.
She is an Experimental Animation MFA candidate at California Institute of the Arts through the sponsorship of Fulbright COMEXUS. Currently works as Experimental Animation Graduate Assistant/Social Media Manager for the EA CalArts department in California, however due to high prices in LA housing and migration regulations she is based in Mexico City for the summer.
Women in Animation awarded her Honorable Mention in 2023. She is part of the “First Registry of Mexican, Mexican American and Chicana artists in Los Angeles” by Centro Cultural Cinematográfico México Los Angeles.
Illustrator and Designer by the Faculty of Arts and Design UNAM. Participated in academic exchange with UCSD Visual Arts during her BFA.
Author at Rookie Magazine for 3 years, has collaborated in diverse publications since then like “Marvin Magazine”, “Invisible Wall/Muro Invisible” by Desert Island x Dolor Local, “Perrita Digital Beibicreisi”, to mention a few.
Has exhibited work in places such as ANIMASIVO, Cut-Out, Centro de Cultura Digital, Matria CCCM LA, among other renowned institutions and independent spaces.
In 2022 published “Ambrita”, a risograph zine about neurodivergence and borders with editorial Beibicreisi, an independent female + gender dissident editorial from Mexico
Has worked as an animator for clients such as Reebok, Nike Air Max with ASCO studio, and done music videos for musicians like Loyal Lobos, Mint Field and Los Blenders.
Contributes to artwork sales for the benefit of non-profit-organizations such as “Rookie Mag Art Sale for Movement Voter Project”, as well as organizations assisting gender violence survivors in Mexico for example “Nos Queremos Vivas Neza”.
Her practice discusses contradictions through a gender and critical race theory perspective by the agency of moving images and drawings.