GREBNELLAW is the cosmic seed sown in early spring that brings to life new beings, forms, plants, animals, and humans. It’s an ongoing creative process that uses pop music, visual art and performative elements to address contemporary issues. It also acts as a liberating force from social pressure and prejudice with ad-hoc performances that happen in the moment. The performances are site-specific, uses the “three-minute-pop song” format and a red and white color code to communicate an easily recognizable style.
As a visual artist, performer, or singer/songwriter Nosslo-Grebnellaw Aniluap has presented collaborative works in the following contexts: Tokyo (Mejii Shrine), New York (Guggenheim Museum, MoMA), San Francsco (SFMOMA, New Langton Arts), Buenos Aires (Teatro Jorge Luis Borges), Hong Kong (Hong Kong Studio Theatre), Paris (Fondation Cartier ‘Les Soirées Nomades’, Auditorium of the Louvre, Palais de Tokyo), Rome (The Coliseum, Rialtosantambrogio, Fanfulla 101, Forte Fanfulla, Circolo degli Artisti), London (Hysteria, Vogue Fabrics) Berlin (King Kong Club, Fab Lab, Kim Bar), Shanghai (Bank Gallery).In 2010 Wallenberg contributed with costume designs for a presentation of Edgar Varèse’s music, named Varèse 360° at the Holland Festival and in 2013 she designed costumes for Beethoven’s Fidelio at the National Opera de Lyon and at the Edinburgh International Festival.