Richelle Gribble creates mixed media paintings and collages, prints, interactive installations, videos, drawings, computer games and sculptures. Her artwork is inspired by concepts of virality, biology, networks, group dynamics, and social trends that connect us all. She earned a 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. Her work is featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions such as the Christie’s Salesroom at Rockefeller Center, New York, NY; Fisher Museum of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA; John Wayne Airport, Orange County, CA; Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, LA; International Print Center New York Gallery, New York, NY; Helen Lindhurst Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Con Artist Gallery, New York, NY; ARTery Gallery, Costa Mesa, CA; The Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, MI; Artlink Contemporary Gallery, Fort Wayne, IN; and many other public and private spaces. Her art is on permanent display in the USC Art and Trojan Traditions Collection and Kala Art Institute Collection, and also flew to space aboard the Blue Origin’s New Shepard’s space system. After ranking as a top ten finalist out of 30,000 participants in the competition Art Takes Times Square, her artwork was displayed on a LED screen in Times Square, NY. Works are published in SciArt for America, Forage Press, MAKE8ELIEVE, Exploring Drawing: A Text/Sketchbook, and more. Her current research and art projects are presented in a TEDxTrousdale talk “What is our Role within a Networked Society?” which examines the ways that interconnectivity transforms communities and contributes to our happiness.