Jennifer DeFelice

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Born 1972 in New York. Singer, performer, fine artist. In 1990 attended New School For Social Research, Parsons School of Design NY. After a year in Empire State College (multimedia), she moved for a year for studies in Paris, then to Brno to work as an assistant at the Faculty of Fine Arts, The Technical University at Brno in the Video/Performance/Multimedia Studio (1993-95). 1999-2004 studied performance at Tomáš Ruller's atelier. Involved in Eurovision2000, a project of independent, thematic events, communication and exchange; initiated by artists, has been organised and produced in the framework of Café9, Prague. She has organized several guest lecturers and performers at the studio and organised annual Hi-tech/Art exhibition in Brno. In addition to creating video art and installations she documents performance art, installation art and experimental music at festivals including Art Sztuki '95 in Krakow and The Entarctic Festival, Hermit IV in Plasy, Czech Republic. Collaborates with a guitar-player Ivan Palacký, as Tílko (ex- Sledě, Živé. Sledě).