RACHAEL MORRISON is a filmmaker, interdisciplinary artist, curator, and a former librarian at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Her short experimental animations have been screened internationally at venues like Anthology Film Archives, Microscope Gallery, and Deep Leap Microcinema. She has curated exhibitions at MoMA, and programmed panel discussions and performances at the NY Art Book Fairs. Morrison's artwork, curatorial projects, and writing has been featured in New York Magazine, Bookforum, The 6th Floor New York Times Blog, Paris-LA Magazine, Art das Kunstmagazin, and on the BBC. Morrison has been the recipient of residencies at Harvestworks in New York City, Ox-Bow in Saugatuck, MI, and The Mountain School in Los Angeles, CA. She is currently working on a feature length documentary about a blind telephone hacker named Joybubbles. She lives in Los Angeles, California.