send me a note or request CV at : elchipz at gmail dot com

send me a note or request CV at : elchipz at gmail dot com

Laura Grace Chipley is a Queens based artist who uses video, site-specific interventions and emerging technologies to explore potentials for human collaboration and to document the social and environmental impacts of energy extraction. Her recent projects include ‘The Newtown Creek Armada’ – an interactive boat pond created in a New York Superfund site and The Appalachian Mountaintop Patrol, a collaborative, environmental watchdog and multimedia education initiative that works with West Virginia environmental activists to use documentary filmmaking, drones, environmental sensors and surveillance technology to chronicle the effects of Mountaintop Removal coal mining. Laura’s work has been exhibited internationally and her projects have been supported by organizations such as Art Matters, the Hudson River Foundation, the Brooklyn Arts Council and A Blade of Grass. Laura is an Assistant Professor of Media & Communications at SUNY Old Westbury College.