Alisa Yang is an antidisciplinary artist and filmmaker. She received her BFA from Art Center of Design in 2009 and MFA at University of Michigan in 2016. Her practice is rooted in collage across medium; from two-dimensional works to video installations, her work explores themes of language, cultural identity, memory, and sexuality. As a filmmaker she works in the intersection of experimental film, documentary, and anthropology. Her work has been shown at Riverside Art Museum, Another Year in LA gallery, Orange County Center of Contemporary Arts, and New Mexico Museum of Art with reviews in LA Times, Hyperallergic, and Huffington Post.