Grace Grothaus

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    Grace Grothaus is a computational media artist grappling with the climate crisis. Her practice-based artistic research encompasses environmental sensing, physical computing, algorithmically generated  imagery, and speculative futurity. Her projects take the form of interactive or responsive indoor and outdoor installations, and performances. Grothaus’ artwork has been exhibited around the world, including the International Symposium of Electronic Art, Environmental Crisis: Art & Science in London,  UK, Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, and the World Creativity Biennale in Brazil. Grothaus has received awards for her work from organizations such as the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts in the United States and was an Art 365 Fellow. She has been invited to speak about her work for the University of California San Diego’s Design@Large series and Ecoartspace in Santa Fe among others. Currently, Grothaus is currently working towards a PhD in Digital Media from York University in Toronto where she lives with her dog and numerous plants.


    Grace Grothaus (USA) integrates interactive electronics into installation, sculptures, and paintings that aim to create spaces for reflection about human agency and balance within our built and natural environment. Grothaus earned her BFA at the Kansas City Art Institute and is pursuing an MFA from the University of California San Diego. Her work represented the United States in the 2012 World Creativity Biennale and has been exhibited nationwide. She is a National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Merit Award winner and received an Art365 Fellowship. Her art has featured on the cover of Art Focus magazine and This Land Press.


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