In a diverse artistic practice encompassing video, performance, collage, installation, and sculpture, Gray Wielebinski navigates the crossroads of mythology, identity, gender, popular culture and memory. Drawing inspiration from both ancient and contemporary myths, Wielebinski's upbringing in Texas influences his exploration of myth-making and power dynamics. Collage, a central mode of creation for Wielebinski, encapsulates his process of layering imagery, materiality, and concept across various mediums, often incorporating their extensive personal archive.

Gray Wielebinski (b. 1991 Dallas, TX) received his MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK (2018) and his BA from Pomona College, Claremont, CA (2014). Selected recent solo exhibitions include The Art Block at Selfridges, London (2023); 12.26 West, Los Angeles, CA (2023); Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2022); Hales Gallery, London (2021); 12.26, Dallas, TX (2020). Recent residencies include City and Guilds London Art School (2019) and Visual Arts in Hong Kong (2018). His first book “100 Baseball Cards” was published with Baron Books in 2022. Wielebinski’s work resides in the permanent collections of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Library & Archives and Pomona College Museum of Art. Wielebinski will have his first museum solo exhibition this fall at Institute of Contemporary Art, London entitled The Red Sun is High, the Blue Low. Wielebinski lives and works in London.

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