Stacy Jo Scott is an artist and educator based in Eugene, Oregon. In both artwork and writing she uses ceramic objects and digital processes as anchors from which to navigate shifting landscapes of queerness, embodiment, and spectrality. These objects emerge from research and speculation, digital processes, trance practices, and chance operations. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally including at Holding Contemporary, Portland, OR; Ditch Projects, Springfield, OR; Rockelman & Partner, Berlin, Germany; Thomas Hunter Projects in New York, NY; Center for Craft Creativity and Design, Asheville, NC; Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX; Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, MI; Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR; Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, MI; Roots & Culture Contemporary Art Center, Chicago, IL; and The Sculpture Center, Cleveland, OH. She co-curated New Morphologies: Studio Ceramics and Digital Practices at the Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University in Alfred, NY and was a Franzen Teaching Fellow for Digital Craft at Colorado State University. Her writing has been published in numerous publications online and in books and periodicals. Publications include Bad at Sports, The Studio Potter, and Crafts: Today’s Anthology for Tomorrow’s Crafts. She received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and is a founding member of the Craft Mystery Cult.