Igraine Grey

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Caracas, Venezuela
Other namesIGREY
CitizenshipVenezuela, United States of America
  • Visual arts
  • Master of Fine Arts
Alma mater
  • Rice University
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • Multi-media artist
  • Writer
  • Architect

Igraine Grey (IGREY)[1] is a Venezuelan-American, multi-media artist, writer, and architect based in New York City.

Early life

Igraine Grey was born in Caracas, Venezuela and is part of the early Bolivarian Diaspora.

Education and career

Starting in 2006, Igraine studied architecture, French, and visual arts at Rice University, alongside poet, Carlos Jimenez; philosopher, Philip Wood; and experimental architect, Eva Franch Gilabert. In 2011, Igraine was awarded a travelling fellowship,[2] and joined by partner Jonatan, documented megacities in Japan, South Korea, China, Bangladesh, and India. They spent several months abroad, in France, where they started a collaborative experimental video practice. In 2012, Igraine earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Architecture. From 2016-18, Igraine studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and earned an MFA degree in Art+Technology Studies. At SAIC, Igraine mentored with media poets, Judd Morrissey and Eduardo Kac.


In 2013, in Houston, Igraine and Jonatan co-founded the duo GREYMAR.[3] The name is a combination of their last names, and refers to the Spanglish term, “grey sea.” Together, they created the Houston-based, zine "Murk." Some of their immersive installations include: Biorhythm (2020) at EMPAC, Azul (2019) at Collarworks, Red (2018) at Ars Electronica,[4] Rhizcity (2017) at EXPO Chicago[5] and SITE Columbus,[6] Hollowcene (2017) at SAIC, and Chaozomes (2015) at BlueOrange.[7] Some of their experimental video screenings include: Sola (2018) at EMPAC, Bloodshift (2018) at Gene Siskel Film Center, Deathing (2017) at Elastic Arts, and I (2013) at Houston International Film Festival.

Other Collaborations

Igraine has collaborated with several artists, including: Selim Lemouchi, Paul Masvidal, and Jacob Melgren. In 2013, GREYMAR created the cover art and video of Selim Lemouchi’s single “Next Stop Universe B,” under the moniker IDIE. In 2019, GREYMAR created the cover art of Paul Masvidal’s “Mythical Human Vessel” trilogy, and the videos “The Spaces,” “Parasite,” “Nebula,” and “Hand to Mouth."[8] The Masvidal + GREYMAR collaboration also involved proposals for immersive acoustic performances that engage technology.[9]


  1. "IGREY". www.igrey.net. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  2. "KPF Traveling Fellowship". KPF Foundation. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  3. "GREYMAR". GREYMAR. Retrieved 2020-05-04.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. "RED". Error. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  5. "Not In My Name". s a d i e w o o d s. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  6. "RHIZCITY". Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  7. "VIDEO: Conditions at BLUEorange". Glasstire. 2015-05-21. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  8. Desk, TV News. "MASVIDAL Releases 'Human' as Second Album in a Trilogy of Acoustic EPs with Video for 'Hand To Mouth'". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  9. "Paul Masvidal's Solo Project Doubles as a Brain Entrainment Experiment". Billboard. 2019-05-31. Retrieved 2020-05-04.

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