Prof. Jesse Colin Jackson presents the exhibition "Suburban Ecologies" for the City of Irvine
Prof. Jesse Colin Jackson, in the Department of Art, presents the exhibition "Suburban Ecologies" for the City of Irvine at the Great Park Gallery through Sunday, February 14, 2021.
Orange County’s suburban sprawls are an undeniable characteristic of the region. From historic architecture to planned developments, rolling hills to diverse expansive coastlines, these characteristics have been the subject of artist Jesse Colin Jackson’s work since relocating to Orange County in 2013. The Great Park Gallery in the Palm Court Arts Complex presents "Suburban Ecologies," an exhibition showcasing large-scale panoramic photography, video, and sculpture which are the results of Jackson’s ongoing research.
A Canadian artist now based in Southern California, Jackson's work has been the subject of several national and international exhibitions. He is the recipient of grants and awards for his creative projects on subjects such as information technology, the social sciences, and digital media. He holds degrees in architecture and engineering which enable his interdisciplinary practice. Jackson is a professor of electronic art and design at the University of California, Irvine, where he also serves as Associate Dean, Research and Innovation.
View the virtual tour and learn more details on the City of Irvine exhibitions on their page here.
Image: Detail of "The Ragged Edge Newport Beach" by Jesse Colin Jackson.