Izabella Scott is a writer, editor and researcher based in London.

Her book, Pleasure Gardens (2024), co-written with Skye Arundhati Thomas, is published by MACK.

She is co-Editor of The White Review Writing in Translation Anthology (2024).

She is undertaking a PhD at Queen Mary University of London (2020–24) funded by LAHP.

Her writing has appeared in ArtReview, the Financial Times, the London Review of Books, The New Inquiry, TANK magazine, frieze, Art Monthly, e-flux, The White Review, Apollo, Elephant, Affidavit, and others.

She has chaired talks at Tate Britain, the Barbican, the British Library, the ICA, the Whitechapel, Camden Art Centre, Market Gallery, Frieze Art Fair.

She won the 2022 MACK Annual Research Fellowship. She co-ran Slack Pussy reading group at MayDay Rooms from 2017–2021. She was Co-Editor-in-Chief of The White Review from 2021–2023, and Co-Art Editor of The White Review from 2017–2021. She previously worked as an Editor for the publisher MACK, and Copy Editor for the arts festival steirischer herbst. She studied at Trinity College Dublin (BA) and Royal College of Art, London (MA). She is represented by Harriet Moore at Aitken Alexander Associates.

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