Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen are two people who work together as one artistic
entity. They're project-based work is often grounded in and around the activities of reading, writing, and translation. They make objects, images, books, and ephemera, using art as an extended form of study and a testing ground for ideas about language, politics, and social life.

Utilizing a range of media and contexts, their pieces and projects have appeared in many public places as well as at institutions such as The Renaissance Society (Chicago, IL); The San Diego Museum of Art (San Diego, CA); SPACES (Cleveland, OH); Locust Projects (Miami, FL); Camp CARPA (Joshua Tree, CA); Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (Portland, OR); and on the pages of NOON Literary Annual. The pair live in Portland, Oregon, where they work, teach, and raise their 8-year-old son, (a sometimes chipmunk by the name of Nutmeg Elements Bridger).