Photo: Alan McGregor, 2016



Jessye Wdowin-McGregor is an Australian artist and researcher. Her practice ranges across the moving image, performance, photography and collage. Her work explores the relation of landscape and memory, the psychological resonances of place and notions of interruption, visual rift and image transformation. 

In addition to her art practice Jessye has an active research commitment that includes published outcomes and conference presentations. Her research interests focus on non-written documentation strategies for the reiteration of relational performance art practices, with papers presented at national and international symposiums.

Jessye completed a Master of Fine Art (by Research) (2008) at the Victorian College of the Arts and a Master of Cultural Material Conservation (2014) at the University of Melbourne.