Sarah Jackson

Telephone: (902) 423-0670
eMail:
sajackson@iramp.ns.ca

Sarah Jackson is an artist who continually experiments with new technology. Through the years, she has moved from working with bronze sculptures, drawings, bookworks, photocopier art, to creating her digital paintings with a Macintosh computer. By combining her knowlege of photocopiers, she achieves a personal language with nuances of colour, texture and forms in a highly individualized expression.

Jackson's work has been exhibited internationally: Hirschhorn Museum in Washington, D.C.; Canadian National Postal Museum; the Tate Gallery in London; The Montreal Museum of Fine Art; Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art; COMPUTERKUNST ('98-'99) in Germany; & a winner in International "Pisa Biennal '99 Exhibition". A retrospective of her work is planned for 2001 at the Nova Scotia Art Gallery. She received an award of excellence from the Art Museum Association of America whilst she was Artist in Residence at TUNS.

 Containing Light.    Reflection.   Fool's Dance. 
Containing Light
1999
computer digital print
 
Reflection
1999
computer digital print
 
Fool's Dance
1999
computer digital print


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