Jody Zellen, a Los Angeles based artist working in many media— making interactive installations, mobile apps, net art, animations, drawings, paintings, photographs, public art, and artists' books— constantly thinks about ways to integrate interactivity and technology into her works.

She received a BA from Wesleyan University (1983), a MFA from CalArts (1989) and a MPS from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (2009).

Her site specific interactive installations include "Time Jitters" a commission for the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, SC, 2014; "The Unemployed" exhibited at Disseny Hub, Barcelona, 2011; and "The Blackest Spot" created for Fringe Exhibitions, Los Angeles, 2008.

Among her numerous interactive net art projects are "Spine Sonnet," 2011 (commissioned by LACMA); "Lines of Life," 2010 (commissioned by; "Without A Trace," 2009 (commissioned by Other net art projects include "Ghost City," 1996-present, an ever changing poetic meditation on the urban environment; "Urban Fragments," "Talking-walls" and Disembodied Voices."

Most recently she has been creating mobile apps as artworks. These projects available for free in iTunes include: "Time Jitters," "Urban Rhythms," "Spine Sonnet," "Art Swipe," "4 Square," "Episodic." and "News Wheel."

Zellen was awarded a second Artist Fellowship from the City of Santa Monica, for 2015-2016. She is also the recipient of a 2012 California Community Foundation Mid Career Fellowship, a 2011 Center for Cultural Innovation Artistic Innovation Grant as well as a 2004 COLA (City of Los Angeles) Fellowship.

For documentation of these and other projects please visit