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2010 MFA Columbia University School of Art, New York, NY

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

2000 BA, Bard College, Annandale, NY

1999 Lorenzo de Medici Institute, Florence, Italy

Solo Exhibitions

2020 100 Years: All New People, SWAP, Cleveland, OH

2019 Work in Black, La Borie, Solignac, France

2018 Un-common Intimacy, Fons Welters, Amsterdam, NL

Jessica Segall, Concordia, Enchede, NL

Tomorrow's Parlor, Kunsthalle Weseke, Weseke, Germany

2016 Nom Nom Ohm, Cuchifritos Gallery and Project Space, NY, NY

2015 ½ a cord, Recess, NY, NY

2013 A Thirsty Person, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA

2012 The Hardship, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

Selected Group Exhibitions


Other.Worldly, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden , NL


The Spectral Within, 5-50 Gallery, Long Island City, NY

Skowhegan Two Channel Video Festival, Skowhegan, NY, NY

Alien Phenomenology, Media Arts Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

As of Right, Richard and Dolly Maas Gallery, SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY

Recipe About Art, Bamboo Curtain Studio, New Taipei City, Taiwan


LUX Scotland Moving Image Festival, in collaboration with DAS, Glasgow, Scotland

Van Eyck Food Art Film Festival, Xiamen, China

Cultural Embassy, CBK Groningen, Leeuwarden, NL

De Ontdekking van de Onwetendheid, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, NL

Scene, Unseen, Oud-Rekem Kasteel, Rekem, Belgium

STUK START, STUK, Leuven, Belgium

ZAZ, Dwek Gallery, Jerusalem, IL

Draw, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia


Uproot, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY

Agrikultura Triennial, Malmö, Sweden

Draw / Boston, Bakalar & Paine Galleries, Mass Art, Boston

Fugue in B Flat, Temple Gallery at Tyler University, Philadelphia, PA


LANDMARK, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY

The Things I Carried, Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio, TX

Time + Space: Futures, Bemis Art Center, Omaha, NE

Well Traveled, Rush Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


The Museum, Imagined, Danese Corey, NY, NY

Flutteries, or A Feeling of Impending Doom, 125 Maiden Lane, NY, NY

27 Below, De Fabriek, Eindhoven, NL

A Sea Change Into Worlds Rich and Strange, Abrons Art Center, NY, NY

Draw: Mapping Madness, Dali Contemporary Art Museum, Dali, China


Rock Shop III, Denny Gallery, NY, NY

Draw: Mapping Madness, Inside Out Museum, Beijing, China

Recapturing the Scenic Wilds, Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery, Bronx, NY

Homestead, Present Company, Brooklyn, NY

Electric House, Helper Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Artists and The Arctic Circle, 1285 Broadway Gallery, NY, NY

Zodiac in the House of Element, Pongnoi Gallery, Chang Mai, Thailand


Stage for a Journey, ReMap4, Athens, Greece

Material, Storefront Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

Welcome to the Real, TEMP Art Space, NY, NY


Land Art Mongolia, National Modern Art Gallery, Ulan Bator, Mongolia

Machine Wilderness; International Symposium for Electronic Art 2012, Albuquerque, NM

Videorover, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY

Found Outside, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

RAPID/TRANSIT, Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Ulan Bator, Mongolia,


EAF 2011, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY


Handheld History, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

A Failed Entertainment, LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery, NY, NY

The Wrong Miracle, NoMinimo, Puntilla, Ecuador


A Momentary Fantasy, Scaramouche, NY, NY

El Maiz es Nuestra Vida, Centro Provincial de Arte Plastica and Disegno, 10th Havana Bienal, Cuba

OK Comedy:Jakarta International Video Festival, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta IN



Pollock Krasner

Puffin Foundation


Rema Hort Mann Community Engagement Grant

Foundation for Contemporary Art, Emergency Grant


New York State Council on the Arts


New York Foundation for the Arts

Arts / Science Initiative, Chicago University


Foundation for Contemporary Art Emergency Grant


Art Matters

L.I.A.E.P. Kansas City Artist Coalition


The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Columbia University


Andrew Fisher Fellowship Fund, Columbia University



Wave Hill Winter Workspace

Residency Unlimited


Two Trees Cultural Subsidy Space Program

AIR, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University


Light Work


The Van Eyck Academie



Bemis Center for Contemporary Art

The Sharpe / Walentas Space Program


Triangle Arts Residency

Abrons Art Center



The MacDowell Colony

Aldo and Leonardo: Noatak, Alaska



Sculpture Space

Land Art Mongolia


The Arctic Circle

Kuenstlerdorf Schoeppingen Foundation

Socrates Sculpture Park, Emerging Artist Fellowship


Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME

Selected Bibliography / Publications

Yerebakan, Osman Can (June 11, 2019) The Pain that I am Used to, Elephant

Bury, Louis “At Union Studio, Artists Engage in Serious Play Around Notions of Ecology” (4/25/19) Hyperallergic

Yaniv, Etty, “Jessica Segall: Queer Ecologies” (4/10/19) Artspeil

Schmitt, von Michael H. (July 21, 2018) “Kunsthalle Weseke Eröffnet: Borkener Zeitung. Print.

Graeber, Laurel, (June 21, 2018) “7 Things to do With Your Kids in NYC This Weekend,” The New York

Times. Print.

Van Leeuwen, Anna, (May 25, 2018) Nieuws Hedendaagse kunst: Eindbaas, de Volkskrant, print.

Van Engelshoven, Guus, (March 9, 2018) “Van Eyck Open Studios 2018” Metropolis M.

Siegal, Nina, (March 7, 2018) “Discovering Art in and Around Maastricht.” The New York Times. print.

Cascogne, Sarah, (Jan 2, 2018) Artnet News, Editors’ Picks: “24/7”

“Itinerary: Socrates Sculpture Park: Landmark” Sculpture Magazine Vol. 35 No. 6

“LANDMARK at Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York” (Aug 6, 2016) Mousse Magazine

Shi, Diana, (Aug 28, 2016) “The Sanctity of Urban Nature Pervades this Outdoor Group Show / The

Creators Project” Vice

Vaiana, Vic, (Aug 11, 2016) “A Mini Ecosystem Creates a Buzz at Socrates Sculpture Park,” Hyperallergic

Lebowitz, Cathy, (July 21, 2016) “The Lookout: Landmark” Art In America

“Quick View / Jessica Segall,” SciArt Magazine, July 2016, p 26

“Artist Project / How to Be an Agent of Intentional Arctic Anthropochory,” Cabinet, Issue 59, p 102 – 105

"Voice Choices: Art" The Village Voice, June 2 - 8, 2016, p 49

Kuennen, Joel, (May 13, 2016) “The Shipwreck and The Beehive: A Sculpture Park Claims a Space for Itself and Others” Artslant

Mason, Brook, (May 11, 2016) “Bee’s knees, there’s a buzz around Socrates Sculpture Park’s LANDMARK exhibition” Wallpaper

Jewell, Nicole (April 20, 2016) “Giant blooming bowl of flowers will attract bees and other pollinators to Socrates Sculpture Park” Inhabitat

Turley, Ryan, “Jessica Segall Visited By Ryan Turley” (May 2015) The Coastal Post

Stackhouse, Christopher, “Thinking About Jessica Segall’’s ½ a Cord” Recess Critical Writing (Feb 2015)

Dees, Sasha, “Jessica Segall: 1⁄2 a cord,” (Jan 2015) trendbeheer

“Second Saturdays: Recess,” (Jan 2015) The Whit Blog by Youth Insight Teens / The Whitney Museum

Corona, Sarah (April 2014) “Off-Grid Technologies and the Art of Jessica Segall” Ornot Magazine

Marsala, Helga (May 2013) “New York Updates,” Arte Tribune

Kollatz, Harry Jr. (March 2013) “1708 Exhibit Ponders Creativity, Survival” Richmond Magazine

“InSight: Jessica Segall,” (March 2013) Richmond Arts Review

“Itinerary” Sculpture Magazine, Jan / Feb 2012 Vol. 31 pp. 14

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