Paula Levine is a Canadian-American media artist with deep roots in experimental narrative and the hidden dynamics of place. She works in many forms—video, photographs, sound, print, artist books, webworks—and shows in public spaces, galleries and museums.
Her media projects have shown in such venues as the SF Museum of Modern Art, NY Museum of Modern Art, the Canadian National Gallery, New York’s Lincoln Center and the Getty Center, and most recently, in the 2013 Curitiba International Biennial.
She has been an artist in residence at The Banff Centre for the Arts, the Experimental Television Center and the Djerassi Foundation, and has been the recipient of many awards and grants including the Canadian Council for the Arts, Art Matters, Inc., CanWest Global Award, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art SECA (Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art). She received a 2013-14 Zero1 Fellowship, with support from Google Public Policy, for a project entitled: On common ground, research at the intersection of global networks and empathy as a common good.