aMY jACKSON

Untouchable – Glimpses of the Mercurial World 

29.7 x 42 cm 

Paper Collage, set of four (framed)

NFT version available on KO

Asking Price: £1,500

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Jacqueline Amy Jackson is an Artist, Curator and Climate Change Specialist based in East London. Jackson studied at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford. She later returned to The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment to read Sustainable Finance.

 

She is a multidisciplinary conceptual Artist with 16 years' experience blending philosophy, nature and science into street art, photography, drawing and painting. Jackson explores issues such as climate change, consumerism, mental health, and social inequalities and the inextricable link between them. Her experience spans art commissions for Kensington + Chelsea Art Week to public speaking on climate change and her work has been featured in the Times, Art World Magazine, Modern Art Oxford, Time Out and The Tate Britain. 

 

Her Princess Margaret set of four collages is a cryptic and surreal insight into a world of extremes. Her playful work highlights the barriers faced by women of the Princess' tenure, where colossal wealth and stature share a real challenge with destitution - a denial of humanity.