Alix Pentecost-Farren grew up in North Carolina, attended the North Carolina School of the Arts, studied illustration and filmmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and Illustration as Visual Essay at the School of Visual Arts. Her work often takes the form of sequential images, and has included interactive comics, edifying instructionals, documentaries, mud murals, animations and installations. She has worked on projects for Radical Media, Mason Jar Music, and Nomadique Collective, and her work has been shown in multiple venues in New York and abroad including Pioneer Works, the Society of Illustrators Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Festival, Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo, The SoHo Digital Gallery, and the Grace Farms Foundation. Her practice draws on historical research, environmental concerns, humor and mysticism. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

During her residency at Elsewhere, Pentecost-Farren created Indefinite Progress