Mark Jackson’s Iridescents

Insight into the fluidity of movement of artist Mark Jackson

Mark Jackson lives and works in London. Recent projects include: Units of Impression, a collaboration with writer Sarah Thacker on residency at PADA Studios in Lisbon, Portugal (2018); swimmers, a monotype print series made on residency at Cove Park, Scotland (2017); solo exhibition Face is the Closest at Block 336, London (2017); as well as group exhibitions Face to Face at Angus Hughes Gallery, London (2018), Domain of Sensible Knowledge at ASC Gallery, London (2017), Making the Nature Seen (2016), Tannery Projects, London and Delta, Five Years, London (2015). He has also curated an international group exhibition Everything Wants to Run at Block 336 (2013), which explored ideas of material transmutation across different media. He worked collaboratively from 2003 to 2010 and exhibited as Jackson Webb in the UK and abroad including: Bad Moon Rising, curated by Jessica Silverman and Jan Van Woensel; An Experiment in Collaboration at the Jerwood Space, London; Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007.​

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