Each of these works is from a series titled Superpose and Render. In 2016, I was invited to participate in an artist residency in Jan Jose del Pacifico, Oaxaca. Part of what makes this community so incredible is that it is embedded in a cloud forest that has not yet been affected by the deforestation that has impacted much of the mountain range. This series, created entirely on my phone, serves as an effort to document the ecological diversity of the environment as well as to manipulate the image itself to emulate the topography of the region.
Bryn Jackson (J4Kd) is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and filmmaker who lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana. He has exhibited in a number of galleries, clubs, universities, and anarchist spaces in New York, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Detroit, and his work - which ranges from photography and print to digital video and interactive media - has been published by Creeps Annual and Papercut Press. Jackson recently participated in La Residencia en Calli Huitzilin in San José del Pacífico, Oaxaca, MX. He received a BFA in Film and Television Production from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and an MFA in Art and Techology Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He currently works as Assistant Curator of Audience Engagement and Performance at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.