Rahne Alexander is a multimedia artist, producer, musician, and performer. Her video art has been screened in galleries and festivals across the country, and she is an alumna of Signal Culture and the Experimental Television Center. Queer Interiors, a year-long collaborative multimedia installation was commissioned by the Baltimore Museum of Art in 2016. A component of this installation,The Baltimore LGBTQI+ Home Movie Quilt, was awarded a Saul Zaentz Innovation in Film and Media Fund fellowship. She has appeared in numerous films and videos, including Hit and Stay, Riot Acts: Flaunting Gender Deviance in Music Performance, Milo's Misfits, and Her Room.
Rahne performs frequently with her several bands, including Santa Librada, Guided By Wire, 50’♀, Flaming Creatures, and the Degenerettes. She is occasional comedian and essayist, with publication credits ranging from the Baltimore City Paper to the Lambda Literary Award-winning anthology Take Me There: Trans and Genderqueer Erotica.
She is a former organizer for the Transmodern Festival and the Maryland Film Festival, where she served five years in charge of operations and development. Rahne has since lent her organizational and development assistance to several organizations, including FORCE, Iron Crow Theatre, Venus Theater, and Wide Angle Youth Media.
"A Few Things to Know About Being Transgender," NPR, 21 Nov 2017
Nasty Women: Art Talks, Rahne Alexander at Arlington Arts Center, October 2017
"A Body That Finally Makes Sense," Tom Rainieri, NYU Langone Health News & Views, September 2017
"Abuse & Accountability in the Arts Scene: A Reckoning," Maura Callahan & Rebekah Kirkman, City Paper, 23 August 2017
"Interview with Santa Librada," Hannah Clawson, Waxy Jane, 18 July 2017
"A 50-Soundtrack to Life During the Trump Regime: 50’♀ - 'Came So Far For Beauty,'" Andrew Holter, City Paper, 22 June 2017
"Two Transgender Artists on the Importance of Queering Home," Cara Ober, Hyperallergic, 10 May 2017
"The Story of My Name Project: Rahne," Tyler Mendelsohn, FreeState Justice Blog, 4 March 2015
"Tranny Tyler Moore," Zach Kaufmann, Splice Today, 22 November 2011