Jessica Zeglin

Jessica Zeglin uses sound, drawing, textiles, and installation to engage skills of attentiveness, listening, and care for ourselves, our human, and our other-than-human kin. Her work is field and research-based, combining perspectives from ecology, biology, fine and craft art, and critique of these fields with emphasis on the nuances of everyday life. She engages with place through repeated observation, listening, and tending, and seeks to re-center participants as part of broader ecological cognitive and linguistic systems in which we are often unknowingly embedded.


Photo credit: Tommy Bruce