Artist-Filmmaker, Jessica Sarah Rinland has exhibited work in galleries, cinemas, film festivals and universities internationally. Nulepsy screened at Bloomberg New Contemporaries, New York Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, among others, and was broadcast by Canal+. In 2013 she won ICA’s Best Experimental Film for Electric Oil and had a solo exhibition Dissecting The Exploding Whales at Limbo Arts. In 2014 she was artist in residence at the MacDowell Colony and Kingston University, and her film Adeline For Leaves won the Arts + Science award at Ann Arbor Film Festival, also screening at Oberhausen, Edinburgh, Festival Du Nouveau Cinema, among others.

As well as screening a retrospective of her work at London Short Film Festival 2016, they commissioned her, together with Arts Council England, to make a film in response to pioneering documentary filmmaker Mary Field (1896 - 1968).

In collaboration with renowned author, Philip Hoare and academic Dr. Edward Sugdenm, she is currently in production for We Account The Whale Immortal, an ever-changing film which explores three mythic Thames whales – exhibited at Somerset House from July to October 2016.