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This web documentation presents a brief (1:08 min) excerpt from Errant Behaviors, a video and sound installation first presented as two DVD projections and two stereo sound tracks by composer Shawn Decker. A total of twenty-three animation segments play in shuffled orders – there is no beginning or end. (Perspectives 140: Anne Wilson, Contemporary Arts …

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project statement to weave to wind to knot to knit to twist to push to pack to press 2010, 68 objects in glass, 40 x 72 x 18 inches Collection Museum of Arts and Design, New York Re-made in glass as ghosts, these hand tools are used for weaving cloth, making bobbin lace, knitting, knotting, …

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stills from Anne Wilson's project Mess

mess

project credits Mess, 2006 Anne Wilson and Shawn Decker collaboration A single projection video and sound installation derived from Errant Behaviors Animator: Cat Solen; Post-production Animators and Mastering: Mark Anderson and Daniel Torrente Copyright 2006 Anne Wilson project statement Mess is a video and 4-channel sound installation that has no beginning or end.  It was …

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image of Anne Wilson's installation of Topologies at the Victoria and Albert Museum

made at the v&a

project statement Topologies: Made at the V&A, 2008 Lace, thread, insect pins 54″ x 74″ (surface) Collection Victoria & Albert Museum, London Topologies: Made at the V&A extends from the larger Topologies installation created for the debut of the exhibition “Out of the Ordinary” at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, in 2007-08. Wilson created …

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several images in a line of people and their hair

hairinquiry

Anne Wilson’s hairinquiry, archived responses features a selection from the hundreds of contributions which were received through e-mail, fax, and the post from 1996 – 1999 in response to the questions: How does it feel to lose your hair? and What does it mean to cut your hair? This link to the Hairinqury website will …

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