Reed Jackson

Wall Associate


Interdisciplinary Artist

Reed Jackson (Reaume Rodzinyak) is a perpetually emergent queer artist and arts facilitator on stolen, occupied, unceded  xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh, and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ lands. Reed embraces art-making as a praxis of cultivating response-abilities to and intimate relations with more-than-human kin. Working through film, sound, eco-printing, poetry, song and movement, they are currently researching/re-membering queer & trans histories, non-binary embodiment, deep ecology & spacetime as field and fabric.

Primary Recipient Awards

Reed Jackson – Artist Digital Residency – 2022

During this residency, the 12 catalyst artists, who are active in the arts sector in Canada and internationally, will collaboratively reflect on how art can help us to “stay with the trouble” and face the complexities of our current times: to not turn our back to the turmoil of difficult things, while remaining grounded and attentive to what it means to be human within a wider web of relations.

Drawing from their multi-disciplinary practices which include theatre, puppetry, dance, music, clowning and visual arts, the artists are working on how to activate different modes of feeling, thinking, relating and acting as forces of social change that may open up not-yet-imaginable possibilities for co-existence in the future.