Jaime Jackson is a moving image and relational artist, interested in site specific projections on to and into buildings, working away from the screen using buildings and landscapes as canvas Jaime works in the public and community sector searching out meta-narratives found in social movements, history, sustainability and nature; forming linkages between things to create unusual open pathways for partnership working and commissioning.
His work as a relational practitioner makes art based on, or inspired by, human relations and their social context. working as a facilitator seeing art as information exchanged between the artist, the co-creational participants and the viewers. Giving disenfranchised communities access to cultural power and the means to take creative action in the world.

His relational practice exists to enable disparate groups and circles of communities to link together in the sharing of the making of a formally composed set of actions to co-create an artwork as a collective, allowing space for personal reflection and creativity it challenges the separation and individually culture of the present, the I being separate from the other.
Jaime's practice is as a biomimcry-ists exploring our distance to nature where human activity is understood as a separate category from other natural phenomena.

Jaime Jackson is a moving image and relational artist, interested in site specific projections on to and into buildings, working away from the screen using buildings and landscapes as canvas Jaime works in the public and community sector searching out meta-narratives found in social movements, history, sustainability and nature; forming linkages between things to create unusual open pathways for partnership working and commissioning. His work as a relational practitioner makes art based on, or inspired by, human relations and their social context. working as a facilitator seeing art as information exchanged between the artist, the co-creational participants and the viewers. Giving disenfranchised communities access to cultural power and the means to take creative action in the world. His relational practice exists to enable disparate groups and circles of communities to link together in the sharing of the making of a formally composed set of actions to co-create an artwork as a collective, allowing space for personal reflection and creativity it challenges the separation and individually culture of the present, the I being separate from the other. Jaime's practice is as a biomimcry-ists exploring our distance to nature where human activity is understood as a separate category from other natural phenomena.

 


Arts council England Libraries fund commission, based on the historically important collection of bee keeping publications for the Outrider Project