The solo exhibition Tomashi Jackson: Across the Universe is the first to bring together paintings, video, prints, and sculpture from different bodies of work Jackson has created over the past eight years, providing an overview of the threads in her practice and her use of materials. Approaching her video works as “moving paintings,” the exhibition presents examples of videos in dialogue with paintings and sculpture and articulates how Jackson’s approach to color and conceptual layering translates across these mediums. Over the course of her career Jackson has closely investigated specific histories related to cities, lands, and individuals in the United States.
Tomashi Jackson: Across the Universe is curated by Miranda Lash, Ellen Bruss Senior Curator, MCA Denver. The exhibition is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
Support for Tomashi Jackson: Across the Universe has been provided by Dorothy & Martin Bandier, Arthur Cohen & Daryl Otte, Christina Weiss Lurie, and Dorothy Altman Weber.