Alexandra Neuman is an interdisciplinary artist and end-of-life caregiver based in Brooklyn, NY. Drawing on ideas from postcolonial theory and multi-species feminism, her work focuses on reframing human 'being' as an ecological process rather than as an individual body or self. She received a BFA in Visual Arts and Anthropology from Sam Fox School of Art at Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA in Visual Arts and Speculative Design at University of California, San Diego. She is a past participant of the Arteles Residency in Haukijarvi, Finland, PRAKSIS Residency in Oslo, Norway, The Live-Art Ireland Residency, and the Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art in Berlin. Her films have shown at Anthology Film Archives, Nitehawk Cinema, Miriam Gallery, Museum of the Moving Image, Performance Space, and Museum of Sex. Her works have been featured in I-D Italy, Sajetta Magazine, Sex & Psychedelics Magazine, Precog Magazine, and Cyberfeminism Index (Inventory Press). She is a Webby Award Honoree as well as a recipient of the Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) grant at The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology. She recently published a book and tarot deck with Onomatopee Projects in Eindhoven, Netherlands. She is currently pursuing her Clinical Pastoral Education certification at NYU Langone Hospital and running an ecofeminist healing collective called Planet Womb.