Victoria Scott (Canada/USA) is a visual artist, mainly a sculptor, creating material and digital installations based on imaginary objects and spaces. For her recent projects, she is focused on using Virtual Reality to create affective containers to assist in visualizing human energy fields and understand intimacy, trauma and presence with color and sound.

Victoria received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) and has exhibited in galleries, and museums throughout North America and Europe. Since 2016, she has developed several experimental interactive VR art environments, as a VR artist in residence at Pioneer Works Cultural Centre (Brooklyn), and Oregon Story Board (Portland). In 2019, she became an Oculus Launch Pad Fellow (Facebook) and a Science, Technology & Society resident at the Delfina Foundation (London).

For over a decade she has taught experimental digital media at several art colleges, including; SAIC, California College of the Arts (CCA), the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) and San Francisco State University (SFSU).

As an artist/developer, Victoria has just founded Imaginary Objects, her own VR/AR studio based in San Francisco, where she lives and works. In spring 2020, she will be releasing Cloud Breath, a commercial VR breath meditation app on the Oculus Go & Rift stores.