Bio: Nicki Green is a transdisciplinary artist and educator whose work focuses on craft process and the production of material culture and history. Her sculptures, drawings, paintings and ritual objects center questions of history preservation, conceptual ornamentation and the aesthetics of otherness. Originally from New England, she received a BFA in sculpture from San Francisco Art Institute in 2009 and an MFA in Art Practice from UC Berkeley in 2018. She has exhibited her work internationally, notably at the New Museum in New York, the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, and Rockelmann & Partner Gallery in Berlin, Germany. Her writing and visual work has been included and discussed in various publications, including a forthcoming piece in Transgender Studies Quarterly’s Trans*Religion issue, American Craft Magazine, and The MIT Press anthology Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility. She lives and works in San Francisco, California.