This photo series is representational of Mexican culture merging with Canadian landscape, Jasso explores the isolated, frigid, yet stunning scenes of the canadian winter. The process was challenging due to the windy and cold winter conditions. Jasso finds fascination to bring the Magic Realism influences from his early age, full of creatures and characters that can only live in the imagination, to these beautiful scenes from the North, the clash of this ideas creates a very enjoyable surreal scenes for the viewer.
This series of images are digital photomontage that explore Jasso’s experiences of complex subject matters, such as death, sexuality, and religion, that created great conflict to the artist at early age. The artist learned to see the beauty during the struggles. In the series we can appreciate the complexity and the conflicting interaction of the elements in a very romantic way.
This series of photographs capture the male body, resembling classical marble sculptures. It explore the idea of queer gaze in relation of how the body is perceived by the expectation. Jasso emphasizes male sexuality and beauty through depiction of marble like nude body.
Jasso uses portraiture to generate statements that are personal interest. Sometimes the artist is trying to create awareness in subjects such as the cruel treatment of immigrants in the United States, the unsustainable yet addictive relationship between man and fossil fuels, or the fragile relationship between man and Earth, or the conservative culture towards gender.
This is a series of humorous portraits, playing with some postmodernist ideas. Jasso was inspired by Rene Magritte and Edgar Alan Poe to create some of these works.