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Patrick Jackson

Alley on the Inside (P11)

Patrick Jackson, House of Double, 2011, installation view, 600 Robinson St. #1, Los Angeles (in collaboration with Ghebaly Gallery). Courtesy: the artist and Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

Patrick Jackson, House of Double, 2011, installation view, 600 Robinson St. #1, Los Angeles (in collaboration with Ghebaly Gallery). Courtesy: the artist and Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

Directly engaging the film-set site, multi-faceted artist Patrick Jackson utilizes the tools of the film trade to create a set within a set. Acknowledging the artifice of the situation, Alley on the Inside (2019)—a made-up psychological term referring to “the dark corners of the mind”—simulates a classic cinematic trope, the outdoor urban back alley, built inside an interior set. Deepening the uncanny atmosphere, several of Jackson’s large-scale wall reliefs, which the artist compares to ectoplasm, spirits pulled from the body and made solid, hang on the faux brick walls.

Patrick Jackson (b. 1978, Los Angeles) lives and works in Los Angeles. In 2018, Jackson presented DUM MUD, a site-specific project in his one-bedroom apartment. Recent solo exhibitions of his work have been held at The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco (2017); Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles (2016); Galerie Vallois, Paris (2015); and Nicole Klagsbrun, New York (2012). His work has been included in numerous group shows including Momentum 9: Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Norway (2017); Mud of Murk, 3A Gallery, New York (2016); ‘Tchotchke’: Mass-Produced Sentimental Objects in Contemporary Art, Gund Gallery, Ohio (2015); The Tool and Its Reversal, Walter Phillips Gallery at The Banff Centre, Canada (2014); The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of, Clearing, New York (2014); Made in Space, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (2013); Six Pack, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles (2012); Vision Quest, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York (2012); BigMinis: Fetishes of Crisis, CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain, France (2010); and Summer Reading, Invisible Exports, New York (2009). Jackson received a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute (2002) and an MFA from The University of Southern California (2007).

Commissioned by Frieze Projects. Presented with Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles. Additional support provided by Pulp Art Services