Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen are two people who work together as one artist. They make objects, books, events, 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 6-year-old son, (a sometimes chipmunk by the name of Nutmeg Elements Bridger).