A London-based video art maker and video editor. He received a BA in Film & TV from Tel-Aviv University in 1997, and a MA in Media Studies, with a focus on video production and art theory, from The New School for Social Research, NYC, USA in 2000. His work often deals with political issues, violent conflicts and cognitive processes, involving media critique and found footage processing. The videos have been extensively presented in museums, galleries and festivals worldwide, including: the National Centre of Contemporary Art Moscow, Transmediale Berlin, EMAF Osnabrueck Germany, Kassel Film and Video Festival, The Nunnery Gallery London, ‘Human Frames' exhibition Lowave Paris, Museum on the Seam Jerusalem, and Videobrasil Sao-Paulo Brazil. In early 2013 he curated a video art exhibition 'Freedom of Others' at Salisbury Arts Centre, UK.
Artist Portfolio: guli-silberstein.com/GuliCV.pdf