8 full color prints in embossed static safety bag, cotton gloves,
edition of 450 unsigned, 50 signed, and 10 special editions.
ScanOps framed image-sculptures are also available for sale. Please inquire.
The ScanOps projectâ€”an extension of Wilson’s video Workers Leaving the Googleplexâ€”is based on Google Books images in which software distortions, the scanning site, and the hands of ScanOps employees are visible. Through varied analog presentations of these images, the technologies and processes used are emphasized. These re-materializations are treated as photographyâ€”taking the form of framed image-sculptures, compiled in a mobile book-sculpture, and presented in a performance-lecture.
More about Movement Materials and What We Can Do/ScanOps and Workers Leaving the Googleplex at Art Metropole here. Read more further about ScanOps in artforum, Rhizome, Buzzfeed, and independent curators international.
Andrew Norman Wilson* is based in New York. He will participate in the Venice Biennale in 2013, Art Basel 2013, and group shows at Betonsalon in Paris, Steve Turner Contemporary in Los Angeles, and Carroll / Fletcher in London. He recently had a solo show at threewalls in Chicago entitled The Refrain: Medfield/Walpole, and is preparing solo shows for Club Midnight in Berlin and Important Projects in Oakland, California. He is currently an artist in residence at Impakt in Utrecht and was a 2012 artist in residence at the Headlands Center. Recent press includes Aperture, Artforum, and Tank Magazine.
Andrew Norman Wilson is an artist based in New York. His work has exhibited at MoMA PS1 in New York, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, MuseumsQuartier Wien in Vienna, The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, Fluxia in Milan, Project Native Informant in London, Yvon Lambert in Paris, the New York Film Festival, the San Francisco International Film Festival and the Images Festival. He has lectured at Oxford University, Harvard University, Universität der Künste Berlin, and CalArts. His work has been featured in Aperture, Art in America, Artforum, Buzzfeed, Frieze, Gizmodo/Gawker, Kaleidoscope, The New Yorker, and Wired.
ScanOps set of 8 prints.