Julia Meltzer is an artist and director of Clockshop. Her work takes up subjects ranging from the bureacracy of secrecy to contemporary politics in the Middle East. She has taught at Hampshire College and UC Irvine. She received her BA from Brown University and her MFA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She is a recipient of grants from Art Matters, the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, the Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship Fund. She was a Fulbright Fellow in Damascus, Syria in 2005–6 and is a Guggenheim Fellow in 2009-10.
Julia Meltzer at transmediale archive
transmediale.08 – Conspire. [film/video] Not a matter of if but when: brief records of a time in which expectations were repeatedly raised and lowered and people grew exhausted from never knowing if the moment was at hand or still to come
transmediale.08 – Conspire. [film/video] We will live to see these things, or, five pictures of what may come to pass
transmediale.04 – Fly Utopia! [film/video] It’s not my memory of it: three recollected documents