Friday, October 9 at 12:00pm
Lunch With Creatives: Alumni Series is a series of talks with USC Roski Dean Haven Lin-Kirk and USC Roski School alumni about their trajectory out of school, current practice, and how the school's values are still present in their work. Dean Lin-Kirk will engage in conversations around timely topics and issues with art and design professionals that have unusual and diverse practices in the creative realm.
This lunch she will be joined by Roski alum Richelle Gribble, a multidisciplinary artist exploring planetary connectivity. Her work examines networks and systems-based investigations to reflect the ways human impact, technology, and environment interact and evolve. She is a represented artist with Jonathan Ferrara Gallery exhibiting worldwide and has had solo shows in Los Angeles, New York, Japan, and international orbit around Earth etched on satellites and aboard rockets. She has exhibited at renowned art fairs including Art Market San Francisco, Texas Contemporary, and Miami Project and had her artwork illuminated on a LED screen in Times Square NYC.
Gribble has completed 16 art residencies as part of her project The Nomadic Artist, where she travels the world to reflect social and environmental changes across the globe. Awarded residencies include The Arctic Circle Residency, Vermont Studio Center, Awagami Factory, Kala Fellowship, and many more. Work presented in a TEDxTrousdale talk “What is our Role within a Networked Society?” and published in The Creator’s Project, The Atlantic, Artillery, Hyperallergic and VICE. She is a writer for the Kepler Space Institute examining the arts and humanities in space and is a Planet Ambassador at Planet Labs, an Earth-imaging satellite company devoted to use space to help life on Earth.
To view Richelle's work and for more information visit: https://www.richellegribble.com.