Susan Greene is an artist, educator and clinical psychologist. Her practice straddles a range of arenas, new media, and public art; focusing on borders, migrations, decolonization, and memory. Through these projects Greene researches the intersections of trauma, creativity, resilience and resistance. Recently Greene has developed interdisciplinary site-specific projects that make use of social networking technologies and cell phone audio programs. Greene’s projects stretch from the streets and prisons of the USA to refugee camps of Palestine's West Bank and Gaza. She is a founding member of Break the Silence Mural and Art Project and has a psychotherapy practice in San Francisco.
- Bending Over Backwards, installation on 16th Street and Mission, SF. Cutouts of two trapeze artists. Acrylic on plywood, 25x35 ft, 2010
- A Tale of Two Cities ~ The Olympia-Rafah Solidarity Mural Project, Olympia WA and Rafah Gaza, Palestine, 2008-present.
- La Lucha Continua/The Struggle Continues, 23rd Street, between Mission and Capp, SF. 15x40 ft, 2008
- Remembering American Anarchism, Bound Together Bookstore, SF, 8x16 ft, 2008
- New Visions 2, with Creativity Explored of San Francisco, 21st and Mission, SF. 11x54 ft, 2006
- Green, Susan. “Up Against the Wall.” Shifting Sands: Jewish Women Confront the Israeli Occupation. Ed. Osie Gabriel Adelfang. Whole World Press, 2010.
- Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo. Ed. Annice Jacoby. Abrams Press, 2009.
- Public Art Review, Winter 2010. Citation and photo of A Tale of Two Cities ~ Olympia-Rafah Solidaity Mural Project.
- MA and PhD, Clinical Psychology, Wright Institute
- MA Interdisciplinary Arts, San Francisco State University