Category Archives: infrequent updates

ceremony of innocence

A 150 pound block of ice melts into an oil drum. Inside the drum is the symbol for Earth. Projected through the ice is the emerging extinction symbol which begins as visible in the ice block. As the ice melts, legibility is gradually shifted to the wall, and the symbol is made clear. Made in […]

July 13, 2017

Colgate University published the lecture I gave back in February. It traces my involvement in The Illuminator as well as a few personal projects. Big thanks to Eli Horwatt for putting that together, as well as our solo show, and the upcoming collaborative written work “All of Our Grievances Are Connected.”

July 1, 2017

Sat down to talk with Michael Shaw for The Conversation podcast. It was a great chat and if it tickles your fancy you can listen to it here. Ep. # 194: Brooklyn-based artist Grayson Earle “eats a burrito while talking to himself a little” and tax deducts it, embraces chaos, and gets arrested for projecting […]

tax deductible expenses

Tax Deductible Expenses is a performance piece that transforms mundane purchases into tax deductible expenses by performing and recording the act of consumption. In this way, an artist could theoretically write off her purchases in totality. It’s intended as a criticism of corporate tax dodging, but also a potential prefigurative future tactic. All the trips […]

protest generator

Gallery visitors are invited to contribute by writing a protest sign, inserting it into the scanner, then see an avatar holding their sign march across the screen. This is instant, but the sign is also drawn at random throughout the duration of the show. As more visitors participate, the protest goes from a trickle to […]

January 14, 2017

Today I will be performing a story from my childhood involving getting arrested, playing video games, and punk rock. Presented by Story Collider and put on by my good friend Nisse Greenberg. Tickets at the door at Under St. Marks Theater. Details here.  

October 24, 2016

Today I will be presenting work alongside Cory Arcangel, Eva Mattes (of 0100101110101101), Molleindustria, and more. The event, Right of Refusal, is an exhibition and panel which will explore strategies of engagement in late stage democracy. More information can be found here.