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ulia Meltzer is an artist living in Brooklyn. Her installations and single channel documentary videos have been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as Creative Time"s Art in the Anchorage, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, and at the Dutch Electronic Arts Festival. Past projects have taken on issues of police brutality, the economy of tourism in Los Angeles, and the politics of gender and identity on the internet. Her current work examines new technologies of urban policing and the mapping of crime. She received her MFA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her BA from Brown University. She is currently a Visiting Professor of Video and Digital Media at Hampshire College.