Alie Jackson
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Cemented Passengers

Solo Show at the Elisabet Ney Museum

Cemented passengers

Solo Show at the Elisabet Ney Museum, June 28 - July 15, 2018

This show is about the constant disruption of peoples lives while living in an urban environment. We can't escape, our senses inundated continuously with audio and visual stimulation. I wanted to explore how my subconscious interprets the everyday sensory experiences of city life.

I used a color palette predominantly comprised of artificial colors and objects across all mediums as a unifying principle. Through audio and animation, I made abstract shapes more recognizable when mixing them with collage elements and giving them movement paired with familiar sounds. Through the mixed media panels, I wanted to explore the more tactile and physical awareness of the city.

This Show was part of Meet Her Hands. A collaborative exhibition series, produced by #bbatx and the Elisabet Ney Museum featuring three Texan women artists.

 

Gallery Photos courtesy of Boss Babes ATX taken by Jinni J 

 

Rush Hour Rituals, 2018

Video (color, sound)
 

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UNTITLED (EYES), 2018
acrylic, spray paint, ink, graphite, ink jet transfer, paper, on wood panel
4ft x 4ft

 
 

 

Untitled, Nails, 2018

acrylic, spray paint, graphite, ink transfer, on wood panel
22 1/2in x 45 1/2 in

 
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Billboards, 2018

paper, acrylic, spray paint, graphite, ink transfer, on wood panel
22 1/2in x 45 1/2 in

 
reno.jpg
 

Renovation, 2018

paper, acrylic, ink, on wood panel

23 1/2in x 29 1/2in


 

 
 

Untitled, Self Portrait, 2018

Wood panel, acrylic, paper, ink jet transfer, faux fur, iPhone 5, Video Animation
23 1/2in x 30in

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1.Teeth, 2018

Mixed media, AR lens
acrylic, paper, spray paint, oil pastel, on wood panel
24in x 24 in

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2. Ribs, 2018

Mixed media, AR lens
acrylic, paper, spray paint, on wood panel
24in x 24in

Opening Night Event Photos courtesy of Boss Babes ATX taken by Jinni J