Jacklyn Brickman (she/her) is a visual artist whose work entangles science fact with fiction to address social and environmental concerns by employing natural objects, processes and technology. Her work spans installation, video and performance, with special interest in cross-disciplinary collaboration and social engagement. Fellowships include The National Academy of Sciences, U.C. Davis, Chaire arts et sciences, École Polytechnique, The Ohio State University, Jentel Foundation, Popps Packing, National Endowment for the Arts, The Erb Family Foundation, Connecting Heritage- Maryland Milestones/ Anacostia Trails Heritage Area and the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center. She has exhibited her work in the US, Canada, France, India and Slovenia. Brickman resides in Columbus, Ohio USA, which is the ancestral and contemporary territory of the Shawnee, Potawatomi, Delaware, Miami, Peoria, Seneca, Wyandotte, Ojibwe and Cherokee peoples.
Photo Credit: Rosen-Jones Photography