Altered Ego is a MACAA online exhibition, juried by Liz Roberts. MACAA invites artists working in any digital medium (photography, video, digital renderings, GIFs, animation, and web art) to submit work that engages with the internet's effect on identity, the indefinability of self, and/or questioning what the future of "the self" may look like.


Deadline to enter is December 15, 2019.

For more information and to enter the exhibition, download the Altered Ego prospectus here.

Liz Roberts' work spans film, video, sculpture, and performance. It draws on shadow feminism, counter cinema, and autobiographical fragments. She has taught in the Cinema Department at Denison University, Film & Video and Graduate Studies at Columbus College of Art & Design, and Film Studies and the Department of Art at The Ohio State University. Roberts is a core participant in MINT, a decentralized collective in Columbus, Ohio. Recent residencies and awards include the Vermont Studio Center, ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions), and The Growlery (San Francisco).

Her work has been shown widely, including at Microscope Gallery (2013, Brooklyn, New York); the Cleveland Museum of Art (2017); ACRE Projects (2018, Chicago, IL); and the Beeler Gallery (2018, Columbus, OH).

Her films are in the archive of The Filmmaker’s Coop (New York) and have screened at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the New York Exposition of Short Film and Video, and the Chicago International Film Festival.