Rachel Clarke is an artist and professor of new media art at California State University, Sacramento, CA. Her works intertwine themes of nature, culture and technology, combining drawing, experimental animation, and augmented and virtual reality. Her work has been shown in galleries, museums, new media festivals, and film screenings nationally and internationally. Residencies include Beaconhouse National University, Lahore, Pakistan (2019); Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Hamburg (2018); and Signal Culture, NY (2016). She co-organized an NEA-funded augmented reality public art project, Broadway Augmented in Sacramento (2014), and co-curated Real-Fake: Simulation Technology after Photography with artist Claudia Hart (2011), which toured the US (2012). The project was updated as Real-Fake.org, with screenings in New York, Connecticut and Providence (2016-17). Clarke was a CATE visiting artist at SAIC, Chicago in 2017. Clarke serves on the Board of the New Media Caucus and is the founding editor of the Media-N journal.