Valda Jackson MRSS
In her sculpture, visual images and writing, Jackson creates complex narratives that reveal and questions our past, our present, and look towards our future. A published writer, her work is about existence. It’s about survival, individual entitlement, privilege and dignity; themes that extend themselves into much of her Sculpture Commissions where the private is made public, and the personal becomes universal. Jackson is joint winner of the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association’s Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture 2017.