Gregory Kalliche is an artist living in New York working with various media. His work is in conversation with how visual effects and representations are used in culture, and how these depictions reveal nuances in our anthropocentric nature. His source materials range from various applications of simulations and special effects to anecdotes of both spectacular and perverse human behavior. These sources act as a springboard into experiments of conflation, reassembleage, and imaginative presumptions. Kalliche creates components using a variety of digital tools that often translate into spatial collages of projections, sculptural elements and prints, as well as publications and writings. He currently runs 57 Cell, a publication featuring 3D modeled exhibitions in simulated environments that he curates and digitally models, showcasing artists living all over the world.