About the Artist
Rachel Green (Seattle) creates site-specific multimedia performances that tell stories about our human condition. She infuses her work with delicate and volatile expressions of human feeling. She regards the body as a container for emotions and takes inspiration from nature to explore how we harness our own power, wildness, wonder, and freedom.
Some of the organizations where Rachel has presented her work include the Jack Straw Cultural Center, On The Boards, Velocity Dance Center, Duwamish Revealed, Lo-Fi Festival at Smoke Farm, Ghost Gallery, Hedreen Gallery, Out of Sight, Oxbow Gallery, and Inscape Arts.
Rachel received 2018 GAP Award funding for SOUNDING, a new film based on three select performance and photographic images from previous works. This valuable funding will allow her the space and time to explore the images in greater depth, and to present them in a new body of work.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.
From the Artist
Thank you Artist Trust for your support! This grant allows me the space and time to expand specific images through video. It is always a challenge, even in this city that supports the arts, to support oneself and one’s art. I am honored to be selected as an award recipient.