WhitneyJPH@gmail.com | @WitchneyJoanne
is a San Francisco Bay Area artist and teacher and a recent graduate of San Fransisco Art Institute’s Dual Degree program, earning an MFA in Studio Practice, with a focus in printmaking and sculptural installation, as well as an MA in the History and Theory of Contemporary Art with her thesis titled, Gendered Machines. Culminating in a practice rooted deeply in processes of research, her work scrutinizes the ways visual culture and technologies influence individual and collective constructions of identity. She has exhibited throughout the Bay Area during her career as an artist, muralist, designer, maker, event coordinator, and instructor.
Selected Press Features:
- 8/3/2021 Interview: "When Archival Bodies Collide: Rupturing Gender Through History" Written by Nic Rueth, Sixty Inches From Center
- 1/26/21 Showcase: "Whitney Humphreys Creates a Zine Series, 'Gendered Machines'" by Amir Saber Esfahani, Internet Archives