Erin Mitchell

b. 1989, US
Based in Berlin, Germany

Erin Mitchell (b. 1989, US) is a transdisciplinary visual artist whose practice combines digital and new media, installation, video, and performance. Her work responds critically to the global influence of Silicon Valley ideologies and the ways in which they impact the cultural, economic, and political climates that shape contemporary life. Intervening within the dominant visual language associated with the tech industry, her work reengages these elements in a way that reveals the underlying financial and political power structures beneath the tech industry’s utopian vision of the digital revolution and the new economy.

Her work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions including Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin (2023); Anonymous Gallery, New York (2021); Virginia Bianchi Gallery, Bologna (2021); Centre Del Carme, Valencia (2019); Harlesden High Street with isthisit?, London (2019); Galerie Manqué, New York (2019); Off Site Project, London (2019); Exgirlfriend Gallery, Berlin (2018); and Kunstpunkt Galerie für Aktuelle Kunst, Berlin (2017). She curated the virtual speaking conference [     ]xTheWrong as part of The Wrong Biennale (2019), for which she received a cease-and-desist letter from TED Conferences. Her work is held in the collection of Lawrence B. Benenson, member of the MoMA New York Board of Trustees. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany.