ARTIST & SOCIAL PRACTITIONER

 

Jody Wood uses mediums of social practice, video, photography, and performance. Her recent work reimagines routines in poverty support agencies, aiming to sculpt power dynamics, relationship networks, and resist stigmas surrounding poverty. Her site-specific work has been supported by prestigious institutions including A Blade of Grass, Esopus Foundation, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, an ArtPlace America Initiative at McColl Center for Art + Innovation, and through residencies at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Yaddo, and Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture. Her work has been on view at Parrish Museum of Art in Water Mill, NY; Vox Populi, in Philadelphia, PA; Rond-Point Projects in Marseille, France; The 8th Floor in NYC, and featured in publications such as The Atlantic, MSNBC, and The Huffington Post.

FEATURED WORK: CHOREOGRAPHING CARE

FEATURED WORK: BEAUTY IN TRANSITION