| || |
Paul Zelevansky is an artist and writer living in Los Angeles. He has published widely on the use of text and image, web art, popular culture, and educational and aesthetic theory. Among his projects in visual literature are Shadow Architecture at the Crossroads (1988) and a trilogy, The Case for the Burial of Ancestors (1981, 1986, 1991). He has taught at several schools in the Los Angeles area on visual culture, artists' books, design, and art history. His website greatblankness.com, a collection of flash animation loops, explores language, philosophy, and storytelling.