Rebekah Modrak is an artist and writer whose practice is at the intersections of art, activism, critical design, and creative resistance to consumer culture. Her Internet-based artworks critique brand messaging. She is a co-curator of eBayaday and #exstrange, projects featuring site-specific work by artists using eBay as a site for the exchange of ideas. She is co-editor of the recently published Radical Humility: Essays on Ordinary Acts (Belt 2021) in which twenty writers consider humility as a state of being with the power to impact institutions, systems, and individuals. She is the lead author of Reframing Photography (Routledge 2011), a book critically exploring photographic representation, ethics, re-enactments, mediated vision, and other issues within the image-based world. Modrak is a Professor at Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan.