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GRETCHEN ANDREW

BORN 1988 IN LOS ANGELES, US

LIVES AND WORKS IN LONDON

This document was updated on 2 July 2021 and is for reference only.

EDUCATION

2010
B.S. Boston College, Boston

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021
Trust Boundary, Francisco Carolinum, Linz — AT [forthcoming]
Other Forms of Travel, Annka Kultys Gallery, London — UK

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

2019
NOT NOT THE TURNER PRIZE, The Cookhouse Gallery at Chelsea College of Arts, London — UK
Whitney Biennial 2019: Vision Board, LACDA (Los Angeles Center for Digital Art), Los Angeles — US

2018
Roughly Translated As: Ubuntu, A4 Gallery, Cape Town — ZA [online]

2017
HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO draw, Link Cabinet [online]

2016
Interior, Whitcher Projects, Inglewood — US
HOW TO HOW TO HOW TO, arebyte Gallery, London — UK

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021
AI Portraiture: Us and Them, Annka Kultys Gallery, London — UK
The Artist is online, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin — DE

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

2018
Mozfest Open Web, Mozilla Foundation, London — UK

MONOGRAPHS, SOLO EXHIBITION CATALOGUES & ARTIST BOOKS 

2018
Search Engine Art. Edited by Irini Papadimitriou. Text by Gretchen Andrew. V&A Museum, London

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY (ARTICLES & REVIEWS)

2021
Amend, Christoph. “Was für ein Wochenende!” Zeit Magazin Newsletter (16 July 2021) [ill.] [online] (article in German)
Andrew, Gretchen. “What if We Educated AI Based on the World We Want Instead of the World We Have?” British Computer Society (July 2021) [ill.] 
Hollands, Courtney. “Flower Power.” Boston College Magazine (Summer 2021) [ill.] 
“Ex-funcionária do Google, Gretchen Andrew se torna artista renomada depois de hackear os resultados de busca da empresa.” Glamurama (9 June 2021) [ill.] [online]
Melendez, Steven. “How an ex-Googler turned artist hacked her work to the top of search results.” Fast Company (6 June 2021) [ill.] [online]
Harris, Gareth. “Boundaries blur in Frieze New York’s augmented reality art show.” Financial Times (3 May 2021) [ill.] [online]
Spires, Jasper. “Gretchen Andrew “Other Forms of Travel” Annka Kultys/London.” FAD Magazine (28 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
“Three Exhibitions to see in London this weekend.” NFT Articles (25 April 2021) [online]
Jhala, Kabir, and Buck, Louisa. “Three Exhibitions To See In London This Weekend.” The Art Newspaper (23 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Meinecke, Anna. “So werden deine Träume wahr Gretchen Andrew manipuliert das Internet.” Gallerytalk.net (22 April 2021) [ill.] [online] 
Moogz. “Gretchen Andrew: ‘I’m At A Moment Of Particular Convergence Where My Work Has Snapped Into A Personal And Conceptual Place, Where Everything Seems To Make Sense, Including The Dead-Ends And Burned Bridges.” FAD Magazine (20 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Antakly, Leila. “Artist Gretchen Andrew.” Ninu Nina (20 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Dambrot, Shana Nys. “Meet SEO Artist Gretchen Andrew.” LA Weekly (19 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Arshad, Maryam. “When Art Hacks Its Way Into Spaces: With Gretchen Andrew.” Floresta Magazine (12 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Chan, Eunice. “König Galerie Hosts Virtual Exhibition in Decentraland.” (9 April 2021) [online]
Westall, Mark. “14 Exhibitions to see IRL in London from Next Week.” FAD Magazine (9 April 2021) [ill.] [online]
“Gretchen Andrew: Other Forms of Travel.” AirMail.News (April 2021) [ill.] [online]
Fempire. “Real Talk – How the Art World Feels One Year After The First Lockdown.” The Art Gorgeous (30 March 2021) [ill.] [online] 
Jakob, Anna-Elisa. “Gretchen Andrew macht Suchmaschinen-Kunst.” Jetzt (21 February 2021) 
“SEO Artist Gretchen Andrew: “I want Love, Money and Belonging.” The Y Circus (6 February 2021) [ill.] [online] 
Bouhelier-Ruelle, Alexa. “Gretchen Andrew Debunks Power Structure.” Here & There (January 2021) [ill.] [online] 

2020
Estorick, Alex. “Episode III. Algorithmic Violence and the Politics of Data: The Work of Mimi Onuoha and Gretchen Andrew.” Flash Art (11 December 2020) [ill.] [online]
Hencz, Adam. “How ‘SEO Artist’ Gretchen Andrew Hacked the US Election and The Art World.” Artland (November 2020) [ill.] [online] 
Rani, Varsha. “This ‘Search Engine Artist’ Tricked Google Into Displaying Her Art.” VICE (19 November 2020) [ill.] [online] 
Boucher, Brian. “How One Hacker Artist Tricked Google Into Showcasing Her Art When You Search This Election-Related Term.” Artnet News (2 November 2020) [ill.] [online]
Ludel, Wallace. “How to Build the Next Great American President.” The Art Newspaper (2 November 2020) [ill.] [online]
Palumbo, Jacqui. “This artist wants you to Google ‘the next American President’.” CNN Style (31 October 2020) [ill.] [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.” Monopol 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]
Lee, Sophie. “Flaunt Q&A.” Flaunt Magazine (11 May 2020) [ill.] [online
Griffin, Jonathan. “The Breakfast Club.” Lala Magazine (Spring 2020): 88-93 [ill.]
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 Palette.” 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]
“Catching Up with Gretchen Andrew, Search Engine Artist.” Medium (15 April 2019) [ill.] [online]
Womack, Catherine. “This Artist Is Tricking the Internet into Making Her Dreams Comes True.” Los Angeles Magazine (14 February 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. “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
Giorgi, Elisa. “In conversation with…Gretchen Andrew.” Curating the Contemporary (24 November 2016) [ill.] [online]
“How to How to How to by Gretchen Andrew.” Rhizome (5 November 2016) [online] 
Harris, Gareth. “Pioneer of Virtual Reality Art.” Financial Times (21 September 2016) [ill.] [online]
Giulia Rossi, Elena. “Interview | Gretchen Andrew.” Arshake (12 April 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]
Haddad, Amy. “Virtual Reality and the Future of Art Galleries” Create Hub (05 August 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]

2013
Andrew, Gretchen. “Experience Is Not Art.” Medium (19 November 2013) [ill.] [online]

SELECTED ARTIST TALKS/LECTURES

2021
“Screen Walk with Gretchen Andrew,” Marco De Mutiis, YouTube [online]

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

2021
Residency at National Gallery X, London — UK

2020
Artist in Residence at Monterey Museum of Art, California — US
The Next American President, Digital Residency at gazelle.io, London — UK

2017
Residency at 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica — US

2014
Residency at The White Building, London — UK

Annka Kultys Gallery
Annka Kultys