Jordan Holms is a Vancouver-born visual artist, scholar, and curator who lives and works in San Francisco. Holms's painting and sculpture practice examines how space is organized, materialized, and made to mean. Her research interests include critical geography, second-wave feminist art, domestic crafts, labor politics, and reality television. Holms has exhibited internationally in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, and her work is held in multiple private collections. Her paintings have been included in several MFA survey exhibitions, featured at BAMPFA, and in Adidas's Market Street storefront. Holms is currently a Gallery Associate at KADIST and the Curatorial Assistant at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art. Holms earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Critical and Cultural Practices from Emily Carr University in 2015 and a Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2019. Holms is represented by Marrow Gallery in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset district.