James T. Green
Exhibitions: EXPO Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Center, and Gene Siskel Film Center Chicago, IL; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams; Residencies: ACRE, Chicago Artist Coalition's HATCH Projects, and University of Chicago Arts & Public Life/CSRPC program, Chicago, IL.
James T. Green is a conceptual artist, designer, developer, podcaster, educator, and writer based in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. His art practice builds upon an interest in how we interact between one another within our culture. Through object making, performance, and video, his work gravitates towards our relationship with technology and navigating life through the black experience. His projects investigate information distribution on the internet and unspoken markers of identity. He is the co-founded and maintains two businesses: On The Firefly, a design and development consultancy, and Postloudness, a collective of audio shows by people of color, women, and queer identified hosts.
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