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Anna Gray
Anna Gray

Adjunct Instructor, Art Practices
Art Building 310

Anna Gray and her partner work together as one artist. They use art as an extended form of study, and a testing ground for ideas about language, politics, and social life. Utilizing a range of media and contexts, their pieces and projects have appeared in many public places as well as at institutions such as The Renaissance Society (Chicago, IL); The San Diego Museum of Art (San Diego, CA);  Locust Projects (Miami, FL): Camp CARPA (Joshua Tree, CA); Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (Portland, OR); and on the pages of NOON Literary Annual.

In recent years they have been artists in residence at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art (Omaha, NE); Oregon College of Art and Craft (Portland, OR); and in the Mt. Hood National Wilderness through Signal Fire's outpost residency program. The pair is represented by PDX Contemporary Art in Portland, OR where they live, work, and play with their son (who is a better artist than they are).