Amy Green is a multidisciplinary practitioner who creates work in response to their lived experience of cancer and recovery. Using a range of digital, material and sculptural processes they aim to explore the wider material culture of the cancerous body through a lens of queer creative mythology.
Making work centered around cancer aims to disrupt the wider social narratives around disease and survivorship by not focusing on linear ideals, but the more complex and undeniable in-betweens of individual experience.
Their current body of work explores the metamorphic qualities of latex and silicones.
Cancer Revolution: Science, Innovation and Hope
Manchester Science & Industry Museum
Oct 2021- March 2022
London Science Museum
March 2022- Sept 2022
PGCERT 3D Craft, Brighton University, 2020
PGCE Design Technology, Secondary Education, 2016
BA Textiles, NUA, 2014