GREBNELLAW’s art, headed by singer/songwriter, Nosslo-Grebnellaw Aniluap, is a wonderful concoction of visual art, fashion, performance, and music.
The group’s performances are site-specific, using the “three-minute-pop song” format, as well as having a distinct fashion sense, with red and white costumes that communicate an easily recognizable style. “It also acts as a liberating force from social pressure and prejudice with ad-hoc performances that happen in the moment,” explains their website.
Basically, you have to see them to understand them (and even then, you probably won’t understand). Still, their striking performances have earned them a spot in some of the world’s most prestigious stages, from the Guggenheim Museum to the Coliseum in Rome.
“GREBNELLAW for me is a population and it’s a performance art project,” said Nosslo-Grebnellaw Aniluap in an interview with Office magazine. “Really, I play God and I create these beings—I just want to have millions of them everywhere.”
Take a look at some of the highlights from their Instagram page in the gallery below.