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Grayson Cox

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Ergonomic Discussion Lectern, 2010, Wood, cushions, fan, speakers and microphones
Conversation Booth, 2010, Wood, Lexan, Wheels and LED lights
Conversation Booth, 2010, Wood, Lexan, Wheels and LED lights
Portable Shrine, 2009, Enamel and acrylic on canvas, 44" x 44"
Circle, 2009, enamel and acrylic on panel
Artist's Statement

Through the use of drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, Internet images and carpentry, I render compositions and create ready to use objects and environments that challenge the viewers' notions of space and parameter. These rendered object/places are neither controlling nor comfortable, and simultaneously inclusive and exclusive. Most recently, I have been interested in making interactive sculptures that have an element of amusement, which acts as a conduit for a more meaningful social interaction.
I believe that architecture plays a very significant role in social balance or unrest. I am intrigued by the possibility of rituals and control that architectural space can facilitate, and social tensions that are created or relieved by paternalistic space.


Grayson Cox is a Brooklyn Based artist working in a variety of media, from painting and printmaking to photography and furniture-like wood construction. Cox was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1979, received his BFA from Indiana University and his Masters of Fine Art from Columbia University. Cox studied Japanese wood-block printing in Japan in 2003-04, has been awarded residencies at the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Summer Academy in Austria. He has exhibited in Tokyo, Japan; Tel-Aviv, Israel; Chicago, Illinois; and New York City.