Jason J Ferguson is a maker interested in the unique relationship between art, science, and the unknown.
His work spans multiple media and takes the form of public interventions, performance, video, and sculptural objects. Ferguson's psychologically charged installations have been said to raise issues of artistic control, consciousness, and mortality. In his work, private space becomes public, the ethereal becomes tangible, and the obvious becomes obscure. Jason studied art at Towson University and received his MFA from the University of Delaware. He has exhibited his work internationally, including solo and group exhibitions in the Netherlands, Berlin, Brooklyn, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more recently, two of his installations were featured in an exhibition entitled (In)Habitation at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Jason is an associate professor at Eastern Michigan University, where he teaches sculpture, 3D design, and the first digital fabrication course ever offered in the EMU art department.