Live durational performance from artist Holly Jackson of ‘I’ve Got a Great New Body Scrub’.

This is a free, drop-in event but as with the other sections of the PRONOUNced exhibition we would like to advise you the content is suitable for those aged 18 years and over.

Holly Jackson is a performance, video and installation artist who works within the themes of surveillance, obsession and self-degradation. Her work often engages with the female-queer and challenges the cis-het gaze by interrogating the audience through the queering and placement of found and made mundane bodily and non-bodily objects.

Her work looks at self-obsession from a self-deprecating lens of disembodied emotion and is visually striking, colourful, and humorous but spans various perspectives on topics in relation to the female body, obsessive thoughts and sexual trauma via satirical and whimsical performances and sculpture.

Since graduating university with a first class degree in Fine Art, Holly Jackson has taken part in various group shows. She has been working with her art agent Pacheanne Anderson for the last 9 months, who has allowed her to grow her art world networks in London and develop her practice over time and she is currently preparing for some group and solo exhibitions around North and East London in 2022.