Simon Grennan and Chris Sperandio are noted for their fusion of High and Low Art. Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio have built a career creating interactive, collaborative community portraits ranging from comic books that tell the stories of social groups to a candy bar designed with the Chicago Confectioner's Union. They are currently collaborating on artworks for media internationally, including such diverse venues as WIRED magazine, London's Channel Four and DC Comics, as well as for such museums as the Museum of Modern Art/PS1, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, New York's Public Art Fund, the BALTIC Centre in Gateshead, England, and London's Institute of Contemporary Art. A survey of their work, titled "The Greatest Hits of Grennan and Sperandio," was recently mounted by the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, Scotland. They have also exhibited at American Fine Arts in New York, and their last TV venture was a pair of pilots for MTV Animation.Grennan and Sperandio both received MFAs at the University of Illinois, Chicago. After teaching briefly at Princeton University, Sperandio joined the faculty at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, where he still teaches as a visiting artist. Grennan is currently completing his Ph.D. in Art History and lives in the south of England. Sperandio is based in Manhattan.