The question I seem to get asked most these days is what kind of artist are you actually? Are you a painter? A digital artist? A conceptual artist?
Resisting any one box while fitting comfortably in many, my practice manifests itself in many mediums simultaneously. “View As” is a software feature popularized by Facebook that allows a user to see what a given webpage (profile etc.) looks like to “people-who-aren’t-you.” Enjoying the subjectivity within this term, I’ve adopted it to share how my work can be viewed in a variety of mediums.
What kind of artist? The answer is “yes” and is “both.” Far fewer things are mutually exclusive than we often see them. We need our boxes and we need our ways out of them too.
A three-dimensional work of art made from combinations of materials including found objects or non-traditional art materials.
A series of sequential images that is usually non narrative.
A work of art made from paint applied to canvas, wood, paper, or another support. See all Art Basel Miami Beach paintings.
A form of digital artwork distributed via the Internet. View live net art at gretchenandrew.com/art-basel-miami-beach
A time-based art form that typically features a live presentation to an audience. See full documentation of performance on YouTube.
Art that emerged in the late 1960s, emphasizing ideas and theoretical practices rather than the creation of visual forms. View Art Basel Miami Beach on LinkedIn.