Jacqueline Goss

Moving Image, 2005

Jacqueline Goss makes videos and internet works that explore the rules, tools and narrative ruptures associated with language and mapping systems. Her projects include So To Speak, The 100th Undone and There There Square, as well as short videos about Helen Keller, the Human Genome Project and the history of North American mapmaking. Her How To Fix The World is a digital animation based on Soviet-sponsored literacy programs in Central Asia in the 1930s. Goss’ work has shown in such venues as the New York Video Festival, Eyebeam Atelier, The New York Underground Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival and The Walker Arts Center. Her projects have been supported by the New York Foundation for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Jerome Foundation and the MacDowell Colony. She teaches at Bard College and received her MFA in Electronic Art from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Awards and Accomplishments


Goss is a 2012 USA Fellow

2008: Goss receives Tribeca Film Institute Media Arts Fellowship

2007: Goss receives CalArts Alpert Award in the Arts for Film/Video