Danielle Durchslag is an artist and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. She has exhibited around the world, including solo exhibitions at Denny Gallery and Yale University. Her work has shown at venues including The Jewish Museum, the Toronto Shorts International Film Festival, the Invisible Dog Art Center, The Queens Museum, The UK Jewish Film Festival, Winkleman Gallery, The Bronx Museum, Foley Gallery, The Ackland Art Museum, The Moscow Jewish Film Festival, Davidson Gallery, The New York Jewish Film Festival, and the Wassaic Project. Danielle’s work has been discussed in Photograph Magazine, Clarion Content, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, The Independent, and The New York Observer, among others. Her short film, Eleanor of Illinois, received a grant from the inaugural cycle of the NYFA Made In NY Women\'s Film, TV, and Theatre fund. Danielle is a selected fellow for the 2019-2020 cycle of the New Jewish Culture Fellowship. Alongside her solo art practice, she is also one half of the artist collective Assembly Required, with artist Ryan Frank, which creates dynamic, contemporary art experiences inspired by the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. She studied at Wellesley, The Museum School of Fine Arts Boston, and New York University.