Jaxon Stickler
Artist/Designer

Assisting with deep visions for Other systems and new futures through building core artefacts.

Jaxon seeks to create works that blur the bounduries between human and non-human, organic and inorganic, self and other, initiating the destruction of hierarchichal binaries.

He aims to inspire clients and audiences to rethink their roles and responsibilities in a complex and interconnected world.

Open to collaborative projects as well as offering creative direction & design research services.

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Email: jaxonstickler@gmail.com
Instagram: @jaxonstickler





BigChicken 2024
Sculpture
(Sticks, Deadstock Wool Fabric, Motorcycle Crash Armour)

As the globe’s most abundant vertebrate, the broiler chicken is exclusively sourced from two corporate entities. Various breeds are distinguished by names like Cob 500 or Ross 308. These avians are but shadows of their ancestors, their once-proud lineage warped and contorted. Their frames, swollen to grotesque proportions, buckle under their own weight, rendering them unable to walk without aid in most circumstances. Studies have found that the greatest factor impacting a chicken’s welfare is its breed—a bodily prison and curse etched into its being at the genetic level.



What might it look like for genetic agency to be restored to a species whose lineage has endured two mass extinctions? What tales would they tell, what songs would they sing, and what vengeance might they exact if given the chance to reclaim their birthright?