GRETCHEN ANDREW | CV

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GRETCHEN ANDREW

BORN 1988 in LOS ANGELES, US

LIVES AND WORKS IN LOS ANGELES, US

This document was updated on 15 July 2020 and is for reference only.

EDUCATION

2010
B.S. Boston College, Boston

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021
Other Forms of Travel, Annka Kultys Gallery, London – UK [forthcoming]

2020
Future News, Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey – US

2019
NOT NOT THE TURNER PRIZE, Chelsea Cookhouse, London – UK
Vision Board, Whitney Biennial 2019, LACDA, Los Angeles – US

2018
Roughly Translated As: Ubuntu, A4 Gallery, Cape Town – ZA

2017
Internet Imperialism: Bow, NH, 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica – US
HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw, https://linkcabinet.eu

2016
Interior, Whitcher Projects, Inglewood – US
HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO, Arebyte Gallery, London – UK
Crossed Lines, Ace Hotel, London – UK

2015
Virtual Reality, De Re Gallery, Los Angeles – UK
Pigment As Pixel, Hoxton Gallery, London – UK

2014
Painting As Interface, The White Building, London – UK

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019
Art & AI, Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue, Rüschlikon – CH

2018
Search Engine Art, V&A Museum, London – UK (book)
Mozfest Open Web, Mozilla Foundation, London – UK

2014
Digital Futures, V&A Museum, London – UK

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY (ARTICLES & REVIEWS)

2020
“Insta-Watchlist: Gretchen Andrew, Die Suchmaschinen-Künstlerin,” Monopol Magazin für Kunst und Leben – DE [online]
Bak, Georg. “Gretchen Andrew.” Museum of Contemporary Digital Art (October 2020) [ill.] [online]
Sagar, Ram. “Who Should Get The Credit for AI-Generated Art?” Analytics India Magazine (October 2020) [ill.] [online]
Rocha, Angelaydet. “‘Future News’ solo exhibition comes to the Monterey Museum of Art.” The Californian Gallery (September 2020) [ill.] [online]
Flocke, Camilla. “Bei welchen Suchbegriffen Andrew Google überlistet.” Wirtschafts Woche (1 September 2020) [ill.] [online]
Meier, Anika. “Insta-Watchlist: Gretchen Andrew, die Suchmaschinen-Kunstlerin.” Monopole Magazine (25 July 2020) [ill.] [online]
Ables, Kelsey. “These artists make online disinformation into art. Or is it the other way around?” Washington Post (18 June 2020) [ill.] [online]
Kahn, Jeremy. Fortune Magazine (2 June 2020) [ill.] [online]
Lee, Sophie. “Flaunt Q&A.” Flaunt Magazine (11 May 2020) [ill.] [online]
Lala Magazine (17 April 2020) [ill.] [online]
Torres, Juan Marco. “Gretchen Andrew’s vision of Human Destiny for the Internet.” White Hot Magazine (April 2020) [ill.] [online]
Mcilwee, Kate. “Hacking the internet for beach parties, rosé and Turner Art prizes – interviewing Gretchen Andrew.” FAD Magazine (6 April 2020) [ill.] [online]

2019
Lomas, Jacob. “The Internet As a Pallet.” Art She Says (30 October 2019) [ill.] [online]
Yalcinkaya, Gunseli. “The artist who trolled Google into making her win the Turner Prize.” Dazed (27 September 2019) [ill.] [online]
Ohanesian, Liz. “I’m taking a power gap and closing it with an information gap.” We Present (July 2019) [ill.] [online]
Womack, Catherine. “This Artist Is Tricking the Internet into Making Her Dreams Comes True.”  Los Angeles Magazine (15 May 2019) [ill.] [online]
Womack, Catherine. “Hack the Frieze Los Angeles art fair? This painter says she’s done it.” Los Angeles Times (14 February 2019) [ill.] [online]
Stromberg, Matt. “A Net Artist Takes Over the Google Image Search of “Frieze Los Angeles.” HyperAllergic (13 February 2019) [ill.] [online]
Goldstein, Caroline. “How One ‘Search Engine Artist’ Hacked Her Paintings Into Frieze Los Angeles’s Google Results.” ArtNet (12 February 2019) [ill.] [online]

2018
Zellen, Jody. “Searching for Different Truths.” Artillery (4 September 2018) [ill.] [online]
Dhalla, Amira. “This Artist’s Paintings Are Making the Internet More Open and Equal.” The Mozilla Foundation (21 May 2018) [ill.] [online]
Andrew, Gretchen and Papadimitriou, Irini. “Search Engine Art.” V&A Museum (2018) [ill.][online]
Andrew, Gretchen. “Google Exacerbates the Internet’s Sexism.” Imperica (2018) [ill.] [online]
Andrew, Gretchen. “Search Engine Art: Internet Imperialism and the image in context.” The British Computer Society (2018) [ill.] [online]

2017
Andrew, Gretchen. “Virtual Reality as A Platform and Medium for Artists.” White Wall (2017) [ill.] [online]

2016
Harris, Gareth. “Pioneer of Virtual Reality Art.” Financial Times (21 September 2016) [ill.] [online]

2015
Ohanesian, Liz. “At This Gallery Show, the Art Isn’t on the Walls — It’s in Virtual Reality.” LA Weekly (11 February 2015) [ill.] [online]
Andrew, Gretchen. “A Moveable Fetish: Aesthetics of Post-Internet Art.” Imperica (2015) [ill.][online]

2014
Stimler, Neal. “Making New Art Inspired by the Met’s Collections with Google Glass.’ The Metropolitan Museum of Art (6 February 2014) [ill.] [online]
Andrew, Gretchen. “Wearable Technology and Electronic Visualisation of Artistic Process.” The British Computer Society (2014) [ill.] [online]

2013
Andrew, Gretchen. “Painting in the New Public, HEAD TO HEAD.” Edited by Jones, N. J. & Liotchev, I. Standpoint London (2013) [ill.] [online]
Andrew, Gretchen. “Experience Is Not Art.” Medium (2013) [ill.] [online]

SELECTED ARTIST TALKS/LECTURES

2020
“Instagram Live with @GretchenAndrew,” Anika Meier, Instagram [online]

2019
Hennessy & Ingalls, Los Angeles – US
Mozilla Foundation, London – UK
University of East London, London – UK

2018
“Wikimania”, Cape Town – ZA
Lux Gallery, London – UK
The British Computer Society, London – UK

2017
Emmanuel College at Cambridge University, Cambridge – UK
The Photographer’s Gallery, London – UK
Vivid Projects, Birmingham – UK

2016
The London Film School, London – UK
The International Conference on the GIF, Bologna – IT

2014
“Digital Utopias”, The British Arts Council, Hull – UK
The British Computer Society, London – UK

2013
The British Film Institute, London – UK

AWARDS, GRANTS & RESIDENCIES

2020
Artist in Residence at Monterey Museum of Art, California – US

Annka Kultys Gallery
Annka Kultys