Dina Kelberman is a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her work comes out of a tendency to fastidiously collect and organize imagery from the commonplace surroundings of everyday life — Google Image Search, YouTube, television, the internet. Her practice spans various media including video, performance, code, and photography, but is almost always one of perfectionistic resourcefulness; setting up limitations and seeing what is possible within them. Her uncannily meticulous work has been referred to as a “reverse Turing-test” and an “elevation of the ugly and boring to beautiful.” Kelberman’s work transcends the typical aesthetics of net-art while remaining very much rooted in the world wide web. She has created original web-based pieces for the New Museum and The Marina Abramovic Institute and participated in numerous international biennials. Her work has been written about by The New York Times, Art21, NPR, and various art theory books and textbooks. She is currently ranked 5th in the world for Most Lines in Tetris for the Nintendo Entertainment System.