Jesse Scott creates and exhibits work in the genre formerly known as new media.
Under various aliases and operating within several artist collectives, he produces work for live performance, for site-specific actions, for listening, for viewing, for reading… His work has spanned the domains of a/v performance, locative media, telematics, improvisational practice, urban projection, installation design, smartphone apps, public workshops, and the written word.
He is the co-founder of the Canadian and German chapters of Graffiti Research Lab, the Berlin and Vancouver incarnations of Processing Cities, and co-runs the memelab, an interdisciplinary arts collective, with his wife and collaborator Mirae Rosner.
He currently teaches creative programming and smartphone development at several universities and media arts centres in Vancouver, and has led workshops across North America and Europe. He has been the recipient of several awards, grants, artist residencies, and commissions, and has been exhibited extensively throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.