Assimilation and more art by Jacqueline Hoysted

Assimilation, 2021
Software program simulating a bio burial where the body is consumed by fungi

Jackie, (b. Dublin, Ireland) based in Montgomery County, Maryland, is an award winning interdisciplinary artist, curator and activist. She has had solo exhibitions across the US and has been featured in the: Washington Post, Washington City Paper, HuffPost, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Reno Gazette-Journal. She is the recipient of grants from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Maryland State Arts Council and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.

She is co-founder of ArtWatch, a DC artist collective focused on positive political activism that realized the One House project (2017 & 2018) – a collaboration of 300 DMV artists standing up for equality and inclusion. Additionally she is curator for the DC organization Solas Nua that focuses on presenting contemporary Irish art.

Jackie has a degree in computer science from Trinity College Dublin and a fine arts degree from the George Washington Corcoran School of the Arts and Design.

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other works by Jacqueline Hoysted

(bio)Object. After Meret Oppen..., 2020
Bio sculpture created by casting
growing and baking mycelium (fungi).

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