Miki Aurora is an artist and theorist whose works have been featured in curated exhibitions and publications throughout Europe and North America. She has given talks about her practice, regarding the union of spirituality and technology, and about her experiences and work in the occult, in her home city of Vancouver, BC. In 2015 Aurora was awarded a grant by the Vancouver Foundation for the production of her solo exhibition, To Hack the Ether: Maidens of the Matrix, which opened in the summer of 2016. Aurora’s practice is social sculpture-focused, and community oriented–she currently serves as the vice chair person on the board of Vancouver-based, artist-run centre the James Black Gallery. Her debut feature length art film, Death, Resurrection, Ascension will premiere in September 2018.