Mandy Greer is a Seattle-based artist who creates heightened narrative space through fiber-based installation, photography, performance, film and community-based action. She was awarded 2012 Arts Innovator Award from Artists Trust/The Dale and Leslie Chihuly Foundation and the 2011 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award. Internationally she has shown at Centro di Cultura Contemporanea Florence, Italy. She has been awarded 4Culture Individual Artist Grants, City Artist Grants, Artist Trust GAP grants numerous times and an Artist Trust Fellowship. In the US she has shown at Henry Art Gallery, Bellevue Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Tampa Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Craft, in Portland, The Lab Contemporary Art Center in SF, Aqua Art Miami and Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, NY. She has been reviewed and featured in Seattle Magazine, New York Times, Hi-Fructose Magazine, and Fiberarts Magazine as well as many other publications. Mandy has a permanent public art installation at the Rem Koolhaas-designed Seattle Central Library and for the Washington State Arts Commission, as well as other permanent commissions and collections. She has created performance projects with Degenerate Art Ensemble, choreographers Zoe Scofield, Jessica Jobaris and Dayna Hanson, and for The Seattle Office of Arts and Culture Affairs as well as her own projects in Iceland.