Born 1968 - Los Angeles
Julia Meltzer is a media artist and executive director of Clockshop, a non-profit production company based in Los Angeles. Her works are realized in video, installation, and performance presentations. Her video works include State of Emergency: Inside the L.A.P.D. (with Elizabeth Canner, 30:00,1993), Room Service (15:00, 1994), Conversation Piece (20:00, 1997), and It's not my memory of it (with David Thorne, 25:00, 2003). Installations include <chatlandia> (with Amanda Ramos, 1995-97) and Baggage Claim (1997-98).
Her work has been exhibited and broadcast at venues including Creative Time's Art in the Anchorage, The New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York), Mass MOCA (West Adams, Massachusetts), Forum Stadtpark (Graz, Austria), the Dutch Electronic Arts Festival (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and on selected PBS television stations. She has taught video and digital media at Hampshire College and UC Irvine.
Available Titles by Julia Meltzer
|It's not my memory of it: three recollected documents||2003||Single Titles|
|not a matter of if but when: brief records of a time in which expectations...||2006||Single Titles|
|State of Emergency||1993||Single Titles|
|Take into the air my quiet breath||2007||Single Titles|
|we will live to see these things, or, five pictures of what may come to pass||2007||Single Titles|