- Essay: Sound work in "The Schizophrenic State Project":


- Sedition Art article: https://www.seditionart.com/magazine/guli-silberstein-screening-in-digital-world

- A review of Image of Perception the feature:

- A review of The Devil Had Other Plans series (Acts I, II & III): 


- A review by Tomáš Stejskal in https://www.aktualne.cz/:
"How to capture the anxiety caused by a coronavirus pandemic? Israeli video artist and editor Guli Silberstein found the ideal medium in the colored version of the famous horror film Night of the Living Dead, by which George Romero started the modern history of this genre in 1969.
The famous scenes from the house, where a group of Americans barricade themselves in front of fiery undead longing to eat them alive, are turning into abstract scenes with a strongly symbolic value.
It was difficult for Silberstein to choose a more suitable horror. The Night of the Living Dead was filmed with a black-and-white, documentary contact camera, touching on American racism and discussing that the greatest danger was ultimately the people themselves. The animation tools of the Israeli filmmaker have broken this groundbreaking horror into a disturbing audiovisual meditation, which, with the sounds of piano and fine electronics,  digitally chirps about today's time when horror no longer takes the form of clearly visible monsters."

- A publication in the Israeli magazine Portfolio about Somewhere We Live in Little Loops, my recent AI work, and some other videos from recent years: https://www.prtfl.co.il/archives/135353

- A detailed interview in the printed-only Found Footage Magazine, conducted by José Sarmiento Hinojosa. Available for purchase online at www.foundfootagemagazine.com and in selected book shops. Published March 2020

- A guest artist lecture, by invitation of the City of Poznan and Collegium Da Vinci university, Poznan, Poland Dec 12, 2019

- Joined Tracey Emin, Bill Viola, Yoko Ono and many good others in the digital art platform Sedition's curated artist selection

- Review: The Jerusalem Post, 'A Fine Line', about the work 'Target: Over & Out'. 18.2.19

- ‘The Schizophrenic State Project’ published on Screenworks academic Journal, October 2017:


- A talk and panel at 'Ecstatic Truth: Lessons of Darkness and Light' conference, RCA 27.5.17.

- Found Footage Magazine #2, April 2016 – film review of 'Cut Out'

- The Scotsman, Scotland's national newspaper, film review of 'Cut Out', April 2016

- Else Journal, Review in 'Digitality and Visuality of Nostaligia, Trans-ideology' by Ming Turner, 2015

- Winner of an open call for a guest artist-curator exhibition for Salisbury Arts Centre, UK. Curating the
exhibition 'Freedom of Others', and participating. October 2012

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