Wade Guyton (b. 1972 in Hammond, Indiana) lives and works in New York. Over the past ten years, Guyton has developed his characteristic pictorialism by way of digital technologies employing printers, scanners, and computers. For Texte zur Kunst, Guyton has created an inkjet print on primed linen – the same as is used in his paintings. Continuing his “unfinished works” series, in which he stops the printer before the given image is fully formed, Guyton, through this process, renders the surface of each piece unique. He uses a US standard format of 11 x 17 inches and an Epson 3880 printer.
Epson UltraChrome Inkjet on primed Linen, 43.2 x 28 cm, Edition of 25 + 10 A.P., signed and numbered, price plus shipping and transport insurance. Each piece is unique!