Elizabeth M. Webb is an artist and filmmaker from Charlottesville, Virginia. Her work is invested in issues surrounding race and identity, often using the lens of her own family history of migration and racial passing to explore larger, systemic constructs and the renegotiation of their borders. She has screened and exhibited in the U.S., United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, Ecuador, Singapore, Switzerland, Mexico, Spain, Austria, Norway and Germany, at venues including Vienna International Film Festival (Viennale), BlackStar Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Birmingham Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art Houston, and Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans. She was a recipient of the inaugural Allan Sekula Social Documentary award in 2014 and her film Proximity Study (Sight Lines) received the jury award for Best Experimental Film at the 2022 New Orleans Film Festival and the Marian McMahon Award at the 2023 Images Festival. Elizabeth holds a dual MFA in Film/Video and Photography/Media from California Institute of the Arts and is an alumna of the Whitney Independent Study Program in Studio Art, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. She is co-editor with Roberta Uno and Daniela Alvarez of the anthology FUTURE/PRESENT: Arts in a Changing America (Duke University Press, 2024).