Ethan Jackson

Atmo, 2018

Parachute fabric, sound-responsive projection, performance
Location: Glen Huntington Bandshell

Atmo is a spectacular, monumental landscape projection on an inflatable screen, protruding from the bandshell. In tandem with an improvisational sound performance, the sound-responsive projection, created an experimental audio/visual experience for the evening audience.


Cubicule, 2018

Tent, fabric and lenses
Location: Boulder Public Library

Installed along the Boulder Creek, this massive camera obscura captured dozens of images of the surrounding landscape and projected them onto the interior walls of the tent providing an unusual, immersive experience for visitors.


Ethan Jackson is a visual artist and designer working in light, photography, interactive media and installation. He studied photography, earning a BA (1992) from Williams College and an MFA (1996) from the University of Colorado Boulder. Jackson has completed recent projects at Gallery Sugata, Kyoto, Duke University, PASEO Projects in Taos, NM, and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP.