Jamey Gray (b. 1977) is an emerging artist whose practice involves sourcing existing datasets (number, text, image) and transforming them into new works using visualization and diagramming. As a child of post-minimalism and op and sibling of post-internet artists, his paintings and digital prints have a controlled execution coupled with colors he calculates from sets of images mined from social media. Mathematics, art history, and popular culture are central themes in his work and he primarily works in series. Jamey believes that meaning is created from the interplay between the viewer and the work once it’s shared openly and the artist cannot be a part of that interaction. He largely removes his presence as artist from the work to facilitate that process.