Los Angeles-based Gabrielle Jennings is a multimedia artist and faculty member in the Graduate Art program at ArtCenter. Jennings recently edited "Abstract Video: The Moving Image in Contemporary Art" (University of California Press) a collection of essays on abstraction in the moving image arts. Jennings' work mines memory and melancholy and includes video, drawing and painting. She has been artist in residence at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin) and 200 Gertrude Street Artist Spaces (Melbourne) and honored with support from the Art Matters Fellowship, Philip Morris Kunstforderung and the Samsung Faculty Enrichment Grant. Harold Fricke, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, and Jan Tumlir, among others, have written about her work. Jennings received a BFA from the University of California, San Diego, where she studied with Eleanor Antin and Allan Kaprow; and an MFA from ArtCenter, where she studied with Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Patti Podesta, Mike Kelley, Stephen Prina, Lita Albuquerque and Sabina Ott.