Jack Colton

Jack Colton is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with video. He has recently produced multimedia installations involving the chatbot Cleverbot as part of the collective Noncore Projector with Rollo Carpenter, Elias Jarzombek, and John O'Connor. The installations have been shown at Pierogi Gallery’s Boiler space (2018), False Flag (2019), Plexus Projects (2019) and will soon be shown at Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Gimpo, South Korea (November 2021). Colton is video editor for the studio of artist Tony Oursler, producing, for the past five years, works shown at The Cartier Foundation, Whitney Museum, Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts and Tasmania’s Dark Mofo Festival among other venues. He has worked with artist Jacqueline Humphries, developing new work combining painting and video projection for her large-scale show at the Wexner Center for the Arts, and is currently working with artist Ericka Beckman on a new multimedia installation. Previously with Movement Without Borders he edited the short film Triptych: Prayer/Protest/Peace set to the music of Max Roach for the organization's Biden/Harris fundraiser. He graduated with a BFA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2017.