We (The Illuminator) had our opening at the Brooklyn Museum alongside many other incredible and inspiring Agitprop artists in the aptly titled show Agitprop!. We were joined by our friends and collaborators The Guerrilla Girls, Occupy Museums, and Not an Alternative. The New York Times published an article about our involvement in this controversial show, […]
Pleased to announce that our (Mónica Rikić, Jessica Blanchet, Dawn Hang Yue Wong and Peter van Haaften and me) game WURM: Escape from a Dying Star was nominated for an AMAZE award in Berlin. The game will be playable there at the end of the month.
The Hemispheric Institute digitized the talk I gave on viewing public space through the lens of the Internet. We (The Illuminator) look forward to being at Encuentro this year in Chile!
Vaga Magazine featured me as an artist to watch on Instagram. Check out the other “Genre-Benders” for yourself. Smudge #videoart #glitchart #processing #generativeart #vj #vdmx A video posted by Grayson Earle (@prismspecs) on Jan 22, 2016 at 10:58am PST
Surveil Me is a 24/7 live IP-cam feed from my studio in Brooklyn. It’s online now!
Thanks to everyone who joined us at Weekend with Bernie at Wayfarers Gallery in Brooklyn. If you missed it, check out the writeups in Flavorwire, Bushwick Daily, and VICE. I promised some Bernie organizers to get a web version of Launch a Banker up soon, so stay tuned.
Our art/game WURM received a special jury selection from the Japan Media Arts Festival in Tokyo. It’s on Valentine’s Day, so perhaps couples can test their love in the absence of stable space-time.
Very excited to be a part of Matt Starr’s upcoming Weekend with Bernie art show and fundraiser for Bernie Sanders’ campaign. Come to the show to see an original piece I’m calling Launch a Banker. A video posted by Grayson (@prismspecs) on Jan 31, 2016 at 8:17pm PST
Mark Read and I wrote an entry for the latest edition of Public Arts Dialog out of Routledge. They were even nice enough to put The Illuminator on the cover of the issue. Unfortunately it’s only available for paying customers, or for those with access to scholarly journals online.
Today I will speak alongside Timothy Murray at the 205 Hudson Street Gallery about tactical art practices. It’s happening alongside the Experimental Television Center exhibit there, which is also worth checking out.