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M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1996
Winn's personal work searches for the language embedded in processes
of reproduction. From painting to robotic and three-dimensional
modeling, he investigates a poetics of construction that might speak to
current conditions, particularly as they relate to mediation and
technology. His academic research is directed most specifically towards a
dialectics of modernity, best represented by Benjamin's Arcades
Project, and extending into material culture, architecture, and the
affects of time on objects. Alongside this research Winn is studying
alternate systems of visualization, particularly thermal imaging and
other ways of seeing outside the visual spectrum, and is working with
ways of capturing three-dimensional information. Through a University
grant he is studying three-dimensional scanning and other dimensional
digital inputs as well as large scale methods for outputting models from
virtual space, leading to a collaboration with the Center for Historic
Architecture and Design involving the digital capture and dissection of
vernacular structures-destined for demolition-in an attempt to preserve
these buildings virtually.
Winn is a faculty member in the Center for Material Culture Studies
where he has been a part of several colloquia, including the "Spaces of
Shopping" which is being turned into a book. He has lectured on his own
work at Universities across the U.S., recently at the University of
South Florida, and at the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez where he
ran a workshop on "Post-Colonial Collage." He has published catalogue
essays for "Reproduction" at Lemberg Gallery; for Brian Bishop's solo
show titled "Pause" at the University of Delaware ; and for a show he
curated at the University of Delaware Galleries called "InWords," that
included an international group of artists who work with language as
material. Most recently he c0-wrote the essay "The Object of Nostalgia"
with colleague Rene Marquez for a show they curated at Columbia College
Winn's personal work has been included in a range of recent books
including three-dimensional typography and Paul Virilio's influence on
contemporary artists. He has been nominated for the Louis Comfort
Tiffany Award for painting, and his work was represented in an article
on new forms of drawing that was published in Contemporary Magazine.
Winn's work has been shown nationally and internationally and in 2007
was part of a five-year survey at the Freedman Gallery.
In collaboration with Simone Jones, Winn's robotic projections has
been shown most recently as a part of Nuit Blanche in Toronto, at the
Ronald Feldman gallery in New York, and the Icebox in Philadelphia.
Their work was presented at the Electra Festival, in "Stop," a two-part
show of international artists in Montreal, at the Banff Center for the
Arts in Canada, "Media City 11 International Festival of Experimental
Film and Video Art" in Windsor, Ontario, and in "Machine Life" at the
Davies Foundation and Samuel J. Zacks Galleries in York, Ontario.
Tuesdays 4:00pm – 5:00pm
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