Jacqueline Amy Jackson is a conceptual artist with fifteen years of experience. She studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford. Her work is frequently based on issues such as climate change, immigration, conflict, consumerism and mental health. She creates new media installations comprising of drawings, photography and sculpture, public art pieces using metal, brick and wood, relational aesthetic and immersive experiences as well as video art using both abstract and documentary styles. Many of her pieces involve a performance element or happenings and Jackson frequently collaborates with artists remotely. She is probably best known for her darkly humourous street art Cleaning Squares and much of her work uses data and system to convey challenging messages and create unique aesthetics.