Rachel Yezbick is a Los Angeles based artist who works primarily in performance and video. In 2010 she received her M.A. in Cultural Anthropology, was published by Wayne State University Press in Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade, and has since been exploring the connections between anthropology and her art practice. In 2016, Yezbick graduated with an MFA in Art from the California Institute of the Arts. She recently worked at Sundance Institute towards New Frontier new media programming for the Sundance Film Festival, and formerly worked for CURRENT:LA Water Public Art Biennial. She has taught at numerous colleges and universities and has moderated panels with esteemed pioneers in art and technology, such as Scott Snibbe, Will.I.Am, and Suzanne Anker. Yezbick’s work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at New City Space (Glasgow), Studio 41 (Glasgow), Garden (Los Angeles), and in group exhibitions at REDCAT (Los Angeles), Human Resources (Los Angeles), The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art (Detroit), The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary art, The Echo Park Film Center (Los Angeles), Printed Matter (New York), Materials and Applications (Los Angeles), and Glasgow International 2018. She has participated in residencies at the Akademie Schloss Solitude and Banff as a Visual and Digital Media artist in residence.