Grayson Earle is a contemporary artist and activist from the United States. His work deals with the role that digital technologies and networks play in protest and political agency. He is known for his guerrilla video projections as a member of The Illuminator, a guerrilla video projection collective, and Bail Bloc, a computer program that posts bail for low-income people. His film Why don’t the cops fight each other? deals with the source code governing police officers in video games and has been screened at SXSW in Texas, Oberhausen film festival in Germany, ACMI in Australia, and more. His art and research has also been presented at the Whitney Museum of American Art, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, and the Singapore Art Museum.