Jessica Piette


Curator and writer currently based in Birmingham, UK, with a research interest in ecological and feminist artistic practice and moving image. Project Coordinator at Multistory.

Recipient of Classroom’s TESTBED bursary to undertake research into ecological and feminist moving image (2021)

Participant in Another Gaze Critics Workshop at Open City Documentary Festival (2021)

Towards an Expanded Landscape research residency.
As part of the CLIMATE ACTION residency at UNIDEE, Citadellarte (2019)

Writer for Corridor8


CAMPUS Independent Study Programme (Curatorial, Visual and Cultural Studies), Nottingham Contemporary, (2019-2020)

MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art), The Glasgow School of Art, (2016-2017)

BA (Hons) English Literature, The University of Bristol, (2011-2014)


Artist film programme Earthly Bodies at Eastside Projects, Birmingham.
As part of wider Birmingham Critical Film Forum (2022)

Multispecies Placemaking & Socially Engaged Art event programme.
Talks/workshops by Jessica El Mal, Zsofia Szonja Illes, Rachel Pimm, Multistory (2022)

But There Is No Land Near the End publication and screenings.
With Marc Johansen, Jaako Pallasvuo, Sissel Thatsum, Sarah McWhinney, Maria Sledmere.
Co-curated with Finn Arschavir, Marie Leguedoise, Ane Lopez, The Art School, Glasgow (2018)

At Vanishing Point artsite, exhibition and public programme.
With Brave New Alps, TJ Demos, Jo Hellier, Louise Oates, la r.o.n.c.e,  Åsa Sonjasdotter,  Simon Yuill.
Project Space Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (2017)

Tales of Unhappy Love to the Glorious Flowers exhibition by Hayley Dawson.
Co-curated with Matilda Heydon.
ArtPark, Glasgow (2017)

Red Desert, Silent Spring screening and panel discussion.
With Richard Carter, Carl Lavery, Vassiliki Kolokotroni, Alex Wilde.
Assembly Space GSA, Glasgow (2017)

The Way We Know Things exhibition.
With Cara Bonewitz, Corinna D’Schoto, Maria Gondek, Sabe Lewellyn.
Co-curated with Athena Gerakis.
Curatorial Practice Studios GSA, Glasgow (2017)

Overflow exhibition and event programme.
With Copenhagen Game Collective, Jo Hellier, Gaelle Kreens, Yoshino Shigihara.
Centrespace, Bristol (2015)

LOVE Tea Dance film screening and event. 
Future Producers.
Bristol Family Arts Festival, Watershed, Bristol (2015)


Wolverhampton School of Art (2022)

Classroom, Coventry (2021)

NN Contemporary Art Talk Series (2020)