Lorelei Pepi

Moving Image, 2015

Lorelei Pepi is an animation artist who has utilized the body, optical printing, projection, paint and pencil, digital tools and software to create work ranging from the highly experimental, lyrical and personal (Grace) to the socio-politically motivated narrative cartoon (Happy & Gay). She has been the recipient of a MacDowell Fellowship, Harvard Film Study Production Grant & Fellowship, LEF Moving Image Fund, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowship Award and numerous other grants. Her work has screened at venues and festivals such as Sundance, Rotterdam, Ann Arbor, SXSW, Ottawa Animation, OUT LA and NY, the Portland Museum of Art and the ICA Boston. Her work exists in the collections of the Canadian National Film Archives and the UCLA Film Archives. Her additional research moves into exploring the use of animation in installation, performance and responsive technologies.
"Happy & Gay" Film Site