Jonathan Jackson is an artist who mainly works through contemporary strategies. By applying abstraction, Jackson creates with daily, recognizable elements, an unprecedented situation in which the viewer is confronted with the conditioning of their own subjectivity and has to reconsider their positionality in relation to color and its movement. Jackson’s work urges us to think of conceptual art as commenting on oppressing themes in our contemporary society in relation to truth, beauty and color theory. Jackson’s works demonstrate how life extends beyond its own subjectivity and often tell a story about the effects of global cultural interaction in a hyper-consumerist, technology-driven world. Jonathan graduated with a B.A in philosophy & a M.A in Gender & Sexuality Studies at Florida Atlantic University, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles.