Toronto artist Gaye Jackson is interested in environmental history, geology, and land use. Her Erratic series includes images of rocks that were plucked and transported by the glacier then dropped as the ice sheet melted. These boulders often appear out-of-context to their surroundings and are an archive of glaciation history and geologic time. Jackson’s images have been included in Prefix Photo and Watch Your Head, Writers and Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis. She grew up in a small town in a family that encouraged exploration and a connection with the land, an upbringing that informs her practice.