Jessica Feldman | Part-Time Lecturer | The New School for Public Engagement
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    Jessica Feldman

    Part-Time Lecturer

    MFA, Milton Avery School of Arts, Bard College

     Jessica is a New York-based intermedia artist with a background in sound, performance, sculpture, and installation. She moves among the worlds of new media art, electronic music, academia, and activism. Her works include electronic sculptures, performances, interventions, installations, videos, and compositions. Many are site-specific, public, participatory, and/or interactive, and deal with the relationships among the body, technology, (the) media, and intimate psychological and communal social dynamics revealed by contemporary systems of control. Pieces have been performed, installed and exhibited internationally at art galleries, museums, concert halls, public parks, city streets, tiny closets, boats, the New York City subways, and the internet. New York venues include White Box, The Kitchen, LMAKProjects, Roulette, The Museum of Contextual Amputations (online), The Stone, and many outdoor locations. Her work has received awards from the LMCC, the Max Kade Foundation, Columbia University, the Bronx River Art Center, Meet the Composer, and the Experimental TelevisionCenter. She has taught sound art, physical computing and interactivetechnologies in the sculpture department at the Tyler School of Art atTemple University, and Experimental Music and Interdisciplinary Arts atWesleyan University. She holds an MFA in Intermedia Art from the MiltonAvery School for the Arts at Bard College, an MA in Experimental Music fromWesleyan University (2005), and a BA in Music from Columbia University(2001).

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