Jennifer Justice

Ukiah/ Bay Area,
United States
Focus area: Sound, Acoustics, Net Art, , Art History, Sculpture, Spacial, Computer Science, Engineering, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Design, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Fabrication, Maker Art, Illustration, Painting, 2D Forms, Public Art, Placemaking, Site Specific, Video, Film, Writing, Literature, Poetry, Performance Art, Theater Studies, Sociology

Trained as a painter and sculptor in Chicago (School of the Art Institute of Chicago/ U of Illinois), Jennifer Justice has long incorporated accessible design in her art practice, as an instructor of art and disability studies at the University of California at Berkeley and research assistant at Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute in San Francisco. Her computer-generated and sculptural installations were recently shown in ReCoding CripTech at SOMArts Cultural Center and StorefrontLab. Justice is a member of SoVISA, an international collective of visually-impaired sound artists who have performances at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF and the Art Institute of Chicago. She also enjoys hiking and writing about accessibility in museum practice and disability culture.