Victoria Scott is a visual artist working between sculpture and digital media.
Recent projects include constructing material representations of conceptual objects that exist in simulated digital environments, the public commons and in the space of cultural imagination. Her process involves working with electronic media and physical materials to create simulated and real site-specific installations, sculptures and images.
Scott has exhibited at galleries, and museums throughout North America and Europe, including the Centro Nacional de las Artes (Mexico City), San Jose Museum of Art (California), the University of Toronto Art Centre (Canada), Kasia Kay Art Projects (Chicago), Galleri Enkehuset (Stockholm), and the 2010 01SJ Zer01 Biennial (San Jose).
She has been awarded project commissions from the San Jose Museum of Art (2010), Zer01 Art and Technology Network (2010) and Turbulence.org (2007) and is the recipient of several grants from both the Canadian and Ontario Arts Councils.
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Victoria graduated from the New Media/Photo Electric Arts Dept., at The Ontario College of Art. She attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago within the Art and Technology Department and completed her MFA in 2005.
Victoria has taught digital media arts practice at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, San Francisco State University and The California College of the Arts. She lives and works in San Francisco.