Alexa Burrell is a Bay Area multimedia artist who composes intricate sonic and video works consisting primarily of sampled and found media. Burrell’s works emphasize the textural and visceral qualities of body, voice and identity. She is the video artist for House/Full of Blackwomen, a ritual performance collective created by Amara Tabor-Smith and Ellen Sebastian-Chang. Her work has been featured at Pro Arts Gallery, The Luggage Store Gallery, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Stanford’s Bing Music Hall, SomArts, SAFEhouse, Gray Area and Eastside Arts Alliance. She is the recipient for the 2018 Soundwave Festival Buzz Award for innovation in music.