Jocelyn Brett is a multimedia artist working in research, writing, video, sound, and performance. Their research based-practice is interdisciplinary; drawing on anthropological and philosophical theories. Focused on the human reaction to the digital Anthropocene, indicating the cognitive dissonance presented from a world that is simultaneously ‘connected’ yet ever more polarized. Jocelyn’s work explores the limits of discomfort and themes of bodily autonomy on a micro and macro scale.
I am ambitious to further my interdisciplinary research and artistic practice; cross-pollinating ideas from multitudes of disciplines. I intend to investigate creativity and social/personal wellbeing.
Selected for the Deans
Selected with Natasha Watson for the Street Corner Reading Rooms – Bristol
Shortlisted for Paedogenic project funding at UWE
Group Exhibition, Earth Bodies (postponed due to Covid) Awarded as winners of exhibition proposal contest
Awarded a high first in Independent Research Project
Presented at 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium