is an artist living in Los Angeles, California.
She works in many media simultaneously making photographs, installations, net art, public art, as well as artists’ books that explore the subject of the urban environment.
She employs media-generated representations of contemporary and historic cities as raw material for aesthetic and social investigations.
An interview on her artistic work can be found on JIP _ JavaMuseum Interview Project
Solo exhibitions include
Pace University’s Digital Gallery (2005)
The Laguna Art Museum (2004-05)
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (2002)
Deep River, Los Angeles (2001).
Her net art projects have shown world wide since 1997 in festivals and exhibitions such as Stuttgarter Filmwinter, Stuttgart, Germany;
9th Japan Media Art Festival, Tokyo (2006);
Arte Nuevo Interactive, Mexico;
Prog:Me, Rio de Janeiro (2005);
Festival du Noveau Cinema, Montreal;
Siggraph, Los Angeles
International Festival of Electronic Art, Argentina;
Cosign, Croatia (2004)
New Forms Festival, Vancouver;
Recontres Internationales, Berlin (2003);
Whitney Museum Artport (2002)
XXV Bienal de Sao Paulo (2002)
Art Future, Taiwan (2000)
Net_Condition, ZKM (1999)
Film + Arch.3, Graz (1997).
Her website “Ghost City” (www.ghostcity.com) begun in 1997 is an ever changing meditation on the urban environment. “Crowds and Power” was the October 2002 portal for the Whitney Museum’s artport (http://artport.whitney.org).
“Disembodied Voices,” 2004 (www.disembodiedvoices.com) began as an online project that was then coverted into a 5 projector interactive installation.
Jody Zellen participates in
VideoChannel – video project environments
• JIP – JavaMuseum Interview
• 1st of Java – Perspectives on New Media
• solo show at JavaMuseum
• JavaArtist of the Year Award
• Extasy – the final show
curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
Cinema_A – streaming videos
curated by Agricola de Cologne
Slowtime2007? – Quicktime as an artistic medium
seen read + drawn, 9′ 35″, 2007