Jessica Zeglin is a sound and visual artist interested in understanding humans, biotic and abiotic entities, and ecosystems as emergent systems of consciousness and vocality. Her work uses sound, drawing, and installation to invite relationships, engaging skills of listening and empathy for ourselves and our human and more-than-human kin. She has exhibited and presented collaborative public and performative works at the University of New Mexico Art Museum, the Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque Open Space, the Weisman Art Museum, and the Tamarind Institute Gallery. She holds a BA and MPH from the University of Minnesota and is a Master of Fine Arts candidate in Art and Ecology at the University of New Mexico.