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Anne Wilson topologies installation dvd Anne Wilson’s Topologies: The Installation Process Directed by Severo De Jesus Barreras Jr. Web version of Severo Barreras’ DVD of the installation of Topologies (4-5.03), 2003 at the University Art Gallery, San Diego State University (Tina Yapelli, Director and Curator of the exhibition “Anne Wilson: Unfoldings”). With thanks to […]

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photo of Anne Wilson's Topologies project

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Anne Wilson, Topologies, 2002 – 2008 Lace, thread, cloth, pins, painted wood support Dimensions variable project statement While our society faces a growing fragmentation and specialization that seems at times to alienate us all, we have also started to view our world as a series of integrated, even entangled networks. One way we can begin

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installation of Anne Wilson's Microcosm (one) in Japan

microcosm one

Microcosm (one), 2005 Lace, thread, pins, wood support, 5″ x 40″ x 13″ Collection 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan Microcosm (one) is an installation commissioned by the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan as part of the exhibition “Alternative Paradise,” November 2005 – February 2006. The piece was positioned

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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


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


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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