Rahne Alexander

Rahne Alexander

Cultural Critic

Rahne Alexander is an interdisciplinary artist and writer from Baltimore, working in video, music, painting, and performance. She is an alumna of the Intermedia + Digital Arts MFA at UMBC ’21 and 2021 Baker Artist Awardee. More at rahne.com.

Stories by Rahne Alexander
An interview with artist, writer, and professor Mark Alice Durant about small press Saint Lucy Books

Saint Lucy evolved from a blog covering photography and contemporary art into a small press that produces stylish, unique books exploring the liminal possibilities and hidden histories of photography.

MAP’s retrospective celebrates 30+ years of Baltimore’s underground performance art showcase

A discussion with Laure Drogoul about her show at Maryland Art Place and the 14 Karat Cabaret, an “Exquisite Corpse Manifest”

Trial in the Woods explores rationality, violence, and the ethics of punishment through Barber’s trademark humor and wordplay

BmoreArt interviewed Barber over email about addressing violence, the fraught usage of animals as metaphors, shapeshifting concepts of “justice” and “community,” and more.

'The Right Girls' follows young transgender women trying to cross the US border, but falls victim to many typical vérité pitfalls

Without trans persons behind the camera, the spectacle of The Right Girls offers few answers for those of us with a personal stake in the outcome of this journey.