Guli Silberstein is a London-based video artist 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 media art, from The New School for Social Research, NYC, USA in 2000. Since then he has been producing a body of work that sits somewhere between video art, experimental documentary and cinema, processing online video and personal footage. The core of the work deals with the place of the human in violent conflicts and mass media, repeatedly in Israeli/Palestinian context. The works have been extensively shown and won awards in festivals and exhibitions worldwide, including Transmediale Berlin, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival Scotland, Anthology Film Archives NYC, Nunnery Gallery London, ‘Human Frames' exhibition Lowave Paris, the National Centre of Contemporary Art Moscow, and many more. Recently, his video 'Cut Out' won the best experimental video award at BornShorts Film Festival, Denmark.