Curated by Jody Zellen
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Jody Zellen is an artist living in Los Angeles, California, and an Assistant Professor at Cal Poly Pomona. She is also a writer, curator, and web designer.
In her personal work she explores many media simultaneously making photographs, installations, net art, public art, as well as artists' books that explore the subject of the urban environment. She is currently working on two public art projects for the City of Los Angeles and was a recipient of a 2003-04 Cultural Affairs (COLA) Grant.
Recent exhibitions included include: "Futuresonic 04," Manchester England; "Images Festival," Toronto, Canada, 2004; "Downtown Digital," Pace Digital Gallery, NY, 2003; "Day Job," New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2002; and the "XXV Bienal de Sao Paulo." Her website "Ghost City" (www.ghostcity.com) begun in 1997 is an ever changing, poetic meditation on the city. In addition to "Ghost City" her other web projects include "Random Paths" (www.randompaths.com); "Visual Chaos "(www.visualchaos.org). A recent project "Crowds and Power" was the October 2002 portal for the Whitney Museum's artport (http://artport.whitney.org). "Disembodied Voices" (www.disembodiedvoices.com) is her latest project.
more information: ghostcity.com/documentation