Duron Jackson is a Brooklyn based, cross-disciplinary artist whose practice conflates academic and artistic research. He uses installation, photography, video archives, and objects to create new critical perspectives on dominant historical narratives. His interests lie in creating critical discourse around contemporary representations and debates within western social contexts. Jackson received his MFA in Sculpture at Bard College, Milton Avery School of Art. He was awarded Brooklyn Museum’s Raw/Cooked solo exhibition sponsored by Bloomberg Media and In 2013, was the recipient of the prestigious Fulbright research fellowship, granted by the U.S. State Department for creative research in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, where he was concurrently artist in residence at Museu de Arte Moderna da Bahia, and Museu AfroBrasil in Sao Paulo.
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