Wynne Greenwood is a queer feminist artist who incorporates video, performance, music, and object-making to practice, in the artist’s words “culture-healing.” Greenwood’s performances, installations, and object-based works have been included in exhibitions at independent and institutional spaces across the globe including: the Tate Modern, London; the 2004 Whitney Biennial, NYC; The Kitchen, NYC; the Frye Art Museum, Seattle; Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles; Soloway, Brooklyn; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; and Lawrimore Project, Seattle. From 1999–2006, Greenwood performed the celebrated multimedia
art band Tracy + the Plastics. Since 2006, Greenwood has shifted her focus to installation and object-based work. Most recently, Greenwood participated in Anti-Establishment, a group exhibition at Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies, and released the full-length music album A Fire To Keep You Warm. Greenwood teaches performance and video in colleges and schools in Seattle and across the country.
Review of Soloway, Kristan Kennedy, Artforum, June 2014.