Richelle Gribble is a mixed media artist and Founding Director of SUPERCOLLIDER, a science + art gallery and inter(national) exhibition platform based in Los Angeles. Her work explores connectivity in a world where human impact, technology, and the environment collide. She is represented by JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY exhibiting worldwide. She 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, Miami Project, Spring Break Art Show, and had her artwork illuminated on a LED screen in Times Square NYC. Work presented in TEDx talk “What is our role within a Networked Society?” and published in VICE, The Atlantic, The Creator’s Project, Artillery Magazine and more.
Gribble was awarded to 16 art residencies advancing her project The Nomadic Artist, where she travels the world to reflect social and environmental changes across the globe. She is a curator and board member for FEMMEBIT, an all-female art + tech festival celebrating women new media as well as co-coordinates Byte of Science, a monthly lecture series uniting artists and scientists in Los Angeles. She is Scholar at Kepler Space Institute and Planet Ambassador at Planet Labs, an Earth-imaging satellite company devoted to use space to help life on Earth. She earned her BFA in Studio Arts from the Roski School of Art and Design with dual minors in Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing at the University of Southern California, in 2013.