Exploring placelessness in relation to time and memory, the emotional significance of personal history is a catalyst for continual investigation of geography and environment, both actual and constructed.
Scacco received a BA in Studio Art from Richmond University, London (1998). Her work has been seen at Royal Academy of Arts (London) and Viper Basel (Switzerland). She was the inaugural Artist-in-Residence at the Statue of Liberty National Monument (2012), and was nominated for the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2009). Scacco is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. After living in London for 16 years, she recently relocated to live and work in Los Angeles.