Jacklyn Brickman is a visual artist whose work aims to understand and explore the connections human bodies have to the environment with a focus on breathing and air quality. Brickman’s work encompasses installation, sculpture, and video with special interest in experience and collaboration. Born in Mt. Clemens, MI (1981). MFA (in progress) from The Ohio State University (2020), BFA with honors from College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI (2005). Semester abroad at Instituto Allende, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, MX followed by a month of traveling via bus and hammock through southern Mexico (2003). Awarded Fellowships by the Jentel Foundation (2007), Popp's Packing (via the National Endowment for the Arts and the Erb Family Foundation) (2016), Connecting Heritage Fellowship and Residency through the Maryland Milestones/ Anacostia Trails Heritage Area and the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center (2016), TechHub OSU Student Project Grant (2017), National Academy of Sciences Sackler Student Symposium Fellow (2018). Co-curated exhibitions at Butter Projects in Royal Oak, MI (2010-2013). Other endeavors that inform Brickman’s process include Realtor (2007), Volunteer Frog and Toad Surveyor (2010), Babywearing Educator (2013-16), and Mother (2008+). She has exhibited domestically, in Canada and Slovenia.