Lucy Raven is an artist and filmmaker. Currently a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, her work is grounded primarily in animation and the moving image, though her multidisciplinary practice also incorporates installation, sound, and the live format of illustrated lecture. She has had exhibitions and screenings internationally, including at the Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Serpentine Gallery, London; MoMA and PS 1, New York; Portikus, Frankfurt; and the Tate Modern, among many others, Her 3D film installation Curtains is currently on exhibit at LACMA in Los Angeles, and an exhibition titled Fatal Act (with her moving image collective 13BC) opens at 80WSE at New York University this June. A new permanent public artwork will open this September at the forthcoming Bauhaus Museum in Dessau, Germany on the occasion of the 100th year of the school’s founding. She teaches at Cooper Union School of Art in New York.