Jess Loseby is an established net and digital artist from the UK. She exhibits in national and international projects both on and off line. Her work ranges from small and intimate online installations to large scale digital projections and video.
As an artist curator she has been instrumental in two major net projects; co- curating the "the Digital Pocket Gallery" at ikatun.com and the award winning project the-cyber-kitchen.com which she created on a budget of ?40 and insomnia.
Loseby's unashamedly low-tec net installations and video build comparisons of the network and digitality in its frustrations, attention to triviality and repetition as absurdly compatible to the female domestic routine. Themes dealing with individuality and cyber-identity reoccur frequently as do the faces of her three children who seem to be bound up irrevocably with her digital self. There is also often a dark humour within the installations she creates, although this is often misinterpreted as flippancy. Traditional values of aesthetics and narratives are outworked through the use of muted colours and evocative imagery. She regularly works with the composer Clive Loseby whose music is a vital part of her explorations.
Jess Loseby is young(ish), has three children, one husband and no time.