The Unemployed

 

Jody Zellen is a Los Angeles based artist who works in many media simultaneously making interactive installations, net art, drawings, photographs, public art, as well as artists’ books that explore the urban environment and its representation. She employs media-generated representations as raw material for aesthetic and social investigations. Recent interactive installations include “The Unemployed” a data visualizationan interactive installation that is a data visualization of worldwide unemployment. It is currently on view at DIsseny Hub Museum in Barcelona.

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