Tali Hinkis (born 1974) is a cultural organizer, artist, and educator. She was born and raised in Tel Aviv before attending the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Tali came to New York City immediately after graduating in 2000 and began working under the artist moniker LoVid with her life partner Kyle Lapidus.
Hinkis has organized collaborative projects and cultural events such as the 10-year annual fair La Superette, exhibitions on the theme of craft and technology at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Radiator Gallery, and the touring screenings Flipped Chips at the Siskel Theater in Chicago, among others. Tali has been a visiting artist at universities around the world and a mentor at Columbia University, SVA, and CalArts.
LoVid's work has been shown in solo shows at Ryan Lee Gallery, Postmasters Gallery NY, And/Or Gallery LA, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery NY, Smack Mellon Brooklyn, Good Children Gallery New Orleans, Real Art Ways CT, and group shows at Honor Fraser Gallery, bitforms Gallery, BRIC, The Jewish Museum, Netherland Media Art Institute (Netherlands), New Museum NY, and ICA (London).
LoVid has performed at Issue Project Room, MoMA, The Kitchen, PS1, Museum of Moving Image, Mattress Factory and many more.
LoVid is a two-time NYFA fellow and has received honors from Wave Hill, The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Graham Foundation, Eyebeam, Harvestworks, Wave Farm, Rhizome, Franklin Furnace, LMCC, Experimental TV Center, NYSCA, and Greenwall Foundation. EAI distributes LoVid's videos, and their work is in several collections, including The Whitney Museum, Thoma Foundation, Heckscher Museum, and Parrish Museum.