Jessie Robertson is a writer and researcher based in Oxford, UK. Her interests include social practice, internet art, and pop culture.
Suzanne Lacy: We Are HereBy Jessie Robertson
Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here provides a rich introduction to Lacys practice and raises a number of critical questions over authorship, display, language and form within Lacys work specifically and social practice more broadly.
Mahmoud Khaled’s Fantasies on a Found Phone, Dedicated to the Man Who Lost ItBy Jessie Robertson
Both a record and an art object, it reveals the intimate contents of this lost mobile phone. Flipping through the books unnumbered pages echoes the unnerving and voyeuristic sensation of scrolling, uninvited, through someone elses camera reel.