Elissa Blount Moorhead

Elissa Blount Moorhead is an artist, mother, and visual storyteller exploring the poetics of Black quotidian life. She has created public art, books, exhibitions, and images for the last 25 years. She creates films and time-based installations, such as Back and Song, As of A Now, and Jay Z's 4:44 video. Elissa has been recognized with the Sundance Institute | Comedy Central Comedy Fellowship, Saul Zaentz Innovation Fellowship, US Artists Fellowship, Creative Capital Award, and is currently developing a project in the Sundance Episodic Lab.

Film

Damon Davis: Apologue for the Darkest Gods

Program Affiliation

IN THE MAKING

Cohort Year

2020

Website

elissablountmoorhead.com

Social Media

@ebmoorhead


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