Gray graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art with a Masters in Fine Art Media in 2018 and has since been artist in residence at City & Guilds London Art School and in Hong Kong at the Academy of Visual Arts. Last year they had a solo show at Seager Gallery in London curated by Dateagle Art and participated in exhibitions at J Hammond Projects (London), Gazelli Art House (London), Lychee One (London) Goswell Road (Paris) and Ltd Los Angeles (Los Angeles) within the last year.  

Gray’s work explores gender and sexuality and how they intersect with other structures of power and identity. As they explore their own relationship with their gender, body, and socialization as trans/non binary, Gray’s work uses a variety of strategies through which to explore identity, specifically ambivalent relationships to masculinity. Recently Gray’s research and practice uses sports for both aesthetics and metaphor as an entry point to explore themes such as national identity (specifically the US and Americana), desire, myth making, power dynamics, surveillance, costume and spectacle, race, and gender. Ultimately Gray’s practice becomes a way to engage directly with the realities and contexts within which we live while at the same time imagining and proposing alternatives, even if it’s just in our imaginations.