Jessica Auer is a Canadian visual artist who divides her time between Montreal, Québec and Seydisfjördur, Iceland. Her work is broadly concerned with the study of landscapes as cultural sites focusing on themes that connect history, place, journey and cultural experience. Jessica received her MFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University in 2007 and has since participated in numerous international artist residency programs including The Chilkoot Trail AIR in Alaska and the Yukon Territory, Centre Diaphane in Picardie, France, and at the Baer Art Centre in Iceland. Recent exhibitions include: Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon 2016; La Quadrilatère, Beauvais, France 2016; Oslo8, Basel, Switzerland 2015; and The Gotland Museum of Art, Visby, Sweden 2015. Jessica currently teaches photography at Concordia University.