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gretchen's work dares us to dismiss it
After leaving Silicon Valley for a world that would allow her to be herself, Gretchen became known for her playful hacks on major art world and political institutions, including Frieze, The Whitney Biennial, Artforum, The Turner Prize, and The 2020 Presidential Election.
"So I was thinking I could climb into the shelves for a shot?" This was the first thing that Gretchen Andrew said to me when we started talking about where we could shoot in her apartment/studio/performance art piece in the Barbican. We had a lot of fun, and she's clever as heck. From a career at Google she engineered SEO results to hack her way into the art world. She dresses like Cher from Clueless to give lectures on data science and she runs Crypto Mermaids selling NFTs to raise money to help more women to get into Web3. She'll sign the death warrant on the male-dominated tech industry with a fluffy pen, a smile on her face, and take a cute selfie to mark the occasion. In short; she's badass"
Liz Seabrook, Collector's Agenda