Reanne Estrada (she/they) is a public artist based in Los Angeles whose work takes many forms. Their poly-disciplinary practice explores how bodies negotiate their identities, navigate shared and at times contested spaces, and reimagine their power within and outside existing systems. She does individual projects. She is Co-Principal of Public Matters, a social enterprise working within communities of color that uses the arts as a lever for social change. She is one-third of “Mail Order Brides/M.O.B,” a Filipina American artist girl gang. She also collaborates with artist C. Ree. Their work includes social practice, sculpture, performance, audio tours, ridiculous outfits. Estrada has orchestrated crosswalk choreography to address traffic safety in South Los Angeles, explored how fried pork skin can conjure solidarity in Historic Filipinotown, bought and sold lucky dreams in South Korea, developed “Privacy Prophylactics” using “People Who Don’t Exist,” and been a professional bridesmaid for hire. Their work has been funded by the 2022 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists, CA Arts Council, Durfee Foundation, Gerbode Foundation, CalHumanities, LA2050, National Institutes of Health, Truth Initiative, and Southern California Association of Governments.