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Jennifer Justice

A woman wearing a broad-brimmed straw hat and yellow T shirt smiles by a waterfall. She is light-skinned with blonde hair pulled back and has faint scars around her mouth.
Ukiah/ Bay Area,
United States
Focus area: AI (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Fakes), Analog, Art History, Astronomy, Space, Augmented Reality, Biology, Net Art, Sculpture, Spacial, Sound, Acoustics, Urban Planning, Built Environment

Jennifer Justice is an artist and writer living in Mendocino County. She develops speculative sculptural environments that invite multi-sensory, performative encounters with handmade, machined, and computer-generated artifacts. Her work has been exhibited at the Palo Alto Art Center, the Contemporary Jewish Museum of San Francisco, StoreFrontLab, the Chicago Cultural Center, Woman Made Gallery, and the Birmingham Museum of Art. Her writing appears in Curating Access: Disability Art Activism and Creative Accommodation (Routledge). She is the Assistive Technology Specialist for Mendocino-Lake County Community College system and previously served as a researcher at the Smith-Kettlewell Rehabilitation Engineering Center.​ Jennifer received her MFA from the University of Illinois and her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.​ 

Journal Articles:
General Articles

Aesthetic In-Access: Notes from the CripTech Metaverse Lab

April 2024