Brannon Rockwell-Charland is a multimedia artist and musician originally from Berkeley, California, raised in the midwest, and now based in Los Angeles. Her scholarship and artwork operate within a womanist framework and deal with critical race theory and queer theory, focusing on visual/textual intersections of Black femmehood, memory, autobiography, and mythology. She started performing on the open mic circuit in San Francisco and has continued to play at cafes, house shows, and other events throughout the country. She is currently working on an electronic music project with collaborator Noel Cryptic. Her visual work has been featured in shows in Michigan, Ohio, and Oregon. She holds a BA in Africana Studies and Visual Art from Oberlin College and is currently an MFA candidate at UCLA's Interdisciplinary Studio Art program.