Mikey Foster Estes (b. 1991, Park Ridge, IL) is an artist whose practice is rooted in the everyday and spans across the disciplines of performance, photography, sculpture, video, and writing. His work has been exhibited at Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles, CA; Eye Lounge, Phoenix, AZ; Fine Art Complex 1101, Tempe, AZ; among others. He has performed and screened his work at experimental venues throughout Phoenix and New York, and was recently included in Phoenix Art Museum’s public programming at CityScape in Downtown Phoenix. His short essay, “Private Rainbows: A Reading,” was published in an issue of Tongue, Taste, Appetite, a biannual exhibition in book form organized by TWOFORTY in Brooklyn, NY. In 2016, he participated in the SOMA Summer residency program in Mexico City, which focused on the subject of the archive. He holds a MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York, and his BFA from Arizona State University. He lives and works in Tempe, AZ.