is charmed by gentle pursuits. He's enthusiastic about collaborative practice and play, aural exercises, transformations, the ephemeral, and intimate connections with nature. Engaging in creation is his preferred human interaction, and he yearns for a dimension where the softest among us are awarded the most volume.
I’m interested in creating environments and experiences which allow us to re-explore our own world and the way we relate to one another as mother and father, lovers and strangers, artists and adventurers, astronomer and star.
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Grant Worth grew up in the forests of Central Wisconsin and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. During his earliest years in New York City, he pioneered a weekly costume party in the East Village, and was an integral element in Brooklyn’s Electroclash music scene. In 2005, his first solo photography show debuted as part of the inaugural exhibition of John Connelly Presents’ ground floor gallery in Chelsea, NY. His Polaroid work has gone on to be consistently paired with art masters of the medium. He has directed, produced, and edited underground music videos, web serials, art films and abstractions, and has collaborated on video editorials for leading fashion brands and publications. As a member of FCKNLZ, the beauty and lifestyle collective specializing in mistakes, Worth completed several residencies and created immersive, performative experiments for many of New York City's galleries, museums, and cutting edge celebrations. In May of 2018, his first feature length movie, "Talkie Pharmakon," debuted as the centerpiece of his solo show at Feature Hudson Foundation on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Splash page audio contains recordings of the Curl-crested Manucode; Mine Bay, Papua New Guinea courtesy the the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Gulf Toad Fish; Everglades National Park, Florida courtesy the National Park Service, and Kepler: Star KIC7671081B Light Curve Waves to Sound courtesy NASA.