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Alex Grilanc (GRiLS) is originally from the Blue Mountains, Australia, but settled in Montreal. He was classically trained at the National Art School in Sydney and continues to supplement his practice with graffiti and murals. Her work ranges from small-scale painting to creating large-scale murals. The concepts of his paintings often have a social and/or political message. As a freelance artist, he has produced numerous murals for public and private organisations, and has also worked for SAMA (street art murals Australia) as an artist. He participated in several artist residency programs in Sydney from 2015 to 2017, as well as two programs in Belgrade, Serbia, in 2018. While residing in Montreal, he remained active in various artistic projects, events , exhibitions and festivals. He also had a solo exhibition in 2020 based on a series of consumerism-themed works.
Probably the most central feature of Alex's painting is socio-political criticism and commentary. His most recent exhibition focused on the theme of consumerism. His small-scale paintings looked like advertisements for non-existent products and worlds. Each one was packaged, wrapped and hung in the most consumer-friendly way. He almost always places his letters GRiLS in his murals, in an overt and subverted way. He thinks it can connect his murals to the history of graffiti, while allowing people outside that culture to identify with the painting.