Jesse Colin Jackson is a Canadian artist and designer based in Southern California. He explores the architectures we construct—from buildings to landscapes to virtual worlds—through objects and images made with digital visualization and fabrication technologies. His interactive Marching Cubes performances and installations (2016—present) have been featured in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Mexico City, Stockholm, and Tehran. His exhibitions focused on the places we live have been reviewed in The Globe and Mail (2014, 2019) and the LA Review of Books (2021). He was a 2014-15 Hellman Fellow at the University of California, Irvine,and a 2008-10 Howarth-Wright Fellow at the University of Toronto. Jackson is Associate Professor of Electronic Art & Design at the University of California, Irvine Claire Trevor School of the Arts, where he also serves as Associate Dean, Research and Innovation and Executive Director of the Beall Center for Art + Technology.