Scott Hessels is an internationally recognized media artist and filmmaker who focuses on mixing cinema with innovative technologies to create new media experiences.

His work has exhibited at some of the world’s top museums and his films have shown in the leading international film festivals.

After coming to Singapore from UCLA in Los Angeles, he currently creates his research and teaches at the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University.





Other Artworks by Scott Hessels : www.dshessels.com

GPS Film is one of his series of artworks that are ‘cinema generating systems’—experimental types of film players.

Explains Hessels,

“As a kid in the 1960’s, I was the first player generation—I had eight-tracks, cassettes, reel-to-reels, walkmans, and of course television. I’m interested in how a machine that changes the recording, assembling, presenting, or context of film can radically change the experience and the ways that stories are told.

The GPS Film artwork puts a new tool out there to let film be put together in a way that’s unique to a mobile culture.”