Lacey Johnson is an interdisciplinary and social practice artist who weaves together dreamscapes and stories at the intersections of queer histories, disoriented presents, and speculative futures. She experimentally dissects the social world and conjures transformed practices of being in it. These practices have historically manifested through a multiverse of form, including video, writing, music, performance, sculpture, and happenings. She has been a part of many queer art collectives, been a student /teacher in a self organized DIY-MFA program, and is currently in an MFA program at Mills College. She is from the Texas Gulf Coast and lives in Oakland, California.