Justin Nestor is an artist, creative technologist, and maker whose work is driven by a profound curiosity around perception and cognitive dissonance. Creating across video, sculpture, sound, performance, and interactive electronics he builds time-based installation and performance work in pursuit of unravelling the intricacies of how we perceive the world around us and grapple with conflicting ideas. He is the co-artistic director of Mitu, a company of artists committed to innovation and expanding the definition of theater through methodical experimentation with its form. With Mitu, he established the company’s multi-use art space MITU580, a 2,400 square foot warehouse space where interdisciplinary arts practice is interrogated, incubated, and produced. During his 17 years working with Mitu he has performed, toured artworks, researched, and taught throughout the United States, South America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.