James T. Green's art practice builds upon an interest in how people interact between one another within a culture.
Green has developed a diverse practice that includes technology based media, performance, video, and object-making. Through these media, his work gravitates towards relationships with technology and navigating life through the black experience.
Green's work has been shown at EXPO Chicago, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago.
Green has completed residency programs at ACRE and Chicago Artists Coalition’s HATCH Projects. In 2013, Green helped to organize the Filter Photo Festival in Chicago.