Jessica Pinney
Artist and PhD candidate
With nearly ten years of experience as a performer and artist, Jessica Pinney has produced art works exploring heightened experiences within immersive sound and land based art installations. Jessica is interested in art that highlights environments and encourages close attention to the way specific locations sound, whilst also considering the ecological, cultural, historical, and emotional importance of such sounds and landscapes.

Jessica has an MA in sound art from the London College of Communication, has exhibited and performed her work both nationally and internationally, and has most recently commenced her PhD candidature at RMIT’s School of Art. There, Jessica is researching the sounds and worlds of animals and individuals, and whether it is possible to extend the human perception and sensory abilities.
Jessica Pinney
Experimental, Public Art
Land Art
Performing, Music (instrument), Singing, Composing
Multimedia, Presenting, Audio/Sound
Poetry, Prose
Workshops/demonstrations/master-classes/presentations, Public art projects, Project management, Exhibitions, Curating, Audio or video recording, Arts for social change/creative activism
Adults, General public, People from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, People living with disabilities, School children, Women, Young people
AUSCO ArtStart Grant 2011 - 2012
Gasworks Arts Precinct 'From Nature' Stipend 2017
BA (hons), University of Melbourne, Australia
MA Aural and Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, UK
MA Sound Art, London College of Communication, UK
PhD Candidate, Sound Art, School of Art, RMIT, Australia