Jessica Feldmanis a sound & new media artist and a researcher. Her work is concerned with the use of digital technologies to imagine, facilitate, or repress solidarity, especially through listening. Her work is often sighted in or engaged with public or non-commercial spaces and includes sculptures, interventions, sound installations, weird self-destructing circuits, videos, and compositions. Many of her pieces are site-specific, participatory, and/or interactive, and deal with the relationships among the body, (the) media, and intimate psychological and communal social dynamics revealed by contemporary techniques of control, or, alternately, liberation. Her pieces have been performed, installed and exhibited internationally at art galleries, museums, concert halls, public parks, city streets, tiny closets, boats, the New York City subways, and the internet. Venues include WORM (Rotterdam), Akademie Schloss Solitude (Germany), Socrates Sculpture Park, White Box, The Kitchen, LMAKProjects, Roulette, The Stone (all NYC), and many outdoor locations. Her work has received awards from NYSCA, the LMCC, and Meet the Composer, among others. She lives and works between Paris and New York City.