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Jody Zellen lives in Los Angeles, California. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including solo exhibitions at Montgomery Gallery (Pomona College, Claremont, CA 2000); Art Resources (NY,NY, 2000); Nexus Contemporary Art Center (Atlanta, GA, 1999); Jan Kesner Gallery (Los Angeles, 1998); Post Gallery, (Los Angeles, CA, 1998, 1997); Mesa College Art Gallery, (San Diego, CA, 1997); Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica, CA, 1996); SF Camerawork (San Francisco, CA, 1995); The Centre for Contemporary Photography, (Melbourne, Australia, 1995); and The Dorothy Goldeen Gallery (Santa Monica, CA, 1993). Group exhibitions include shows at: Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA; Terrain, SF, CA; The Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Huntington Beach Art Center, The California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA and the Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA.

Her web site GHOST CITY (www.ghostcity.com) was included in Artfuture2000 in taipei; ISEA2000; the 4th International Biennial of Architecture in Florence (2000); selected for the EMAF festival in Osenbruch, Germany (2000); as well as in the exhibition Mirades Impudiques organized and shown at the Fundaciio La Caixa in Barcelona. In 2000, it was also in D>ART 00, in Sydney, Australia and the Darklight Digital Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland. In 1999 it was included in the exhibition Net_Condition at ZKM, and the Siggraph TechnOasis. It was presented at the Interactive Frictions Conference in LA in 1999 and at IDCA (International Design Conference in Aspen). GHOST CITY was featured in the 1998 LA Freewaves festival and in the 6th Annual New York Digital Salon and was included in the festival "film+arc. graz 3" in Graz, Austria in 1997.

Her work has been published in the The Architecture of Fear (1997, Princeton Architectural Press); as well as in publications including Zyzzyva, Art Papers, New Observations, Frame-Work, and White Walls. She is a recipient of a 1998 California Arts Council Grant and a 1997 Aaron Siskind Fellowship. Print magazine included a feature on her work by Christopher Mount in its Jan/Feb 2000 issue.