Julia Sinelnikova

Julia Sinelnikova, Fine Arts ’13, creates immersive multimedia installations, inspired by light shows at warehouse raves, that examine the corrosion of privacy and internet security. Rootkit, a 2018 solo show at Superchief Gallery in New York about cyber warfare, employed five projectors, LED screens, hand-cut Mylar sculpture, and a play inspired by Snow Crash, a 1992 novel about a computer virus that causes brain damage. Her recurring show Surveillance Video Experiments incorporates live webcam streams of the audience and a date-stamped archive of their faces.

Rootkit at Superchief Gallery in NYC, photo by Syra Sparkle.

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