Jessie Scott is a practising video artist, writer, programmer and producer who works across the spectrum of screen culture in Melbourne. She is a founding member of audiovisual art collective Tape Projects, and in 2013 she co-directed and founded Channels Video Art Festival.
Jessie’s video and photography work concerns the affective fabric connecting place, community and the built environment. Some of this work can be seen on her Instagram account: @the_coburg_plan. Recent solo exhibitions include Death Watch at Screen Space (2012), The Coburg Plan (2013) and Romance Traces (2014) at Tinning Street, and Miraculous Ribbon (2015) at Grey Gardens. She has performed extensively with sound artist Alice Hui-Sheng Chang since 2011, and her videos have screened widely in Melbourne as well as in Sydney, Hobart, Alice Springs, Taipei and Brooklyn. She currently teaches video art at RMIT.