Duron Jackson
As a cross-disciplinary artist my practice conflates academic and artistic research, and frequently uses photography, video archives and other mediums to create new critical perspectives on dominant contemporary and historical narratives. My work often isn’t about what is present but what isn’t, and how that defines the subject, or viewer. As most of my work is socially founded, I’m interested in knowing if the viewer is complicit in upholding whatever is status-quo, or is not.