Rebekkah Lelia Palov
Born: Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.
Rebekkah L. Palov is an artist who creates artworks and performace pieces through music, video, drawing, and small software. As she expresses in her artist statement, "Thematically I am drawn to many kinds of economics; the economics of home, money, movement, love, history and words. I find value exchange, the idea that one thing can be valued against any other, a wonderfully fertile notion." She describes her performances as incorporating "surprise and wit," and she focuses on the strange resonances of "free space." 
In 2001, Palov received her BFA in Film from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. In 2009, she earned an MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Palov has exhibited internationally, focusing on moving image, sound, and performance works. She has participated in artist residencies around the world, including two at the Experimental Television Center. In 2011, Rebekkah Palov curated an exhibition in the Project Space at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
For more information on the artist's work, visit http://rebekkahpalov.us/.
 "| Rebekkah Palov |" Artist's statement, http://rebekkahpalov.us (Accessed 9/10/2014)