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Amy Jackson/ 'In the City'

Jackson studied Fine Art at the Ruskin, University of Oxford, 2005 - 2008 achieving a scholarship and a 1st class degree. She later returned to The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment to read Sustainable Finance. She is a conceptual artist and climate activist who blends philosophy, nature and science to create meticulous immersive experiences in traditional galleries and unconventional spaces. Her work includes street art, happenings, photography, painting and found objects. Jackson explores issues such as climate change, consumerism, mental health, social inequalities and critically, how these themes are inextricably linked. Her work often exists outside of the ‘white cube’ and inside the communities it touches. Experience spans art commissions for Kensington + Chelsea Art Week to public speaking, podcasts and publications on climate change. Her work has been featured in the Times, Art World Magazine, Modern Art Oxford, Time Out and has even found its way to The Tate.


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