Scott Patrick Wiener
Installation view of sunlight exposure modules in process for “I Want the One I Can’t Have” (2012-Present) at Boston Center for the Arts for the Brink v1 exhibition. Click the following link for more images and information - I Want the One I Can't Have

Brooklyn Rail - Review of Vilem Flusser's 'Gestures.' Link: Gestures

FLTFL edition - Untitled (solar eclipse) Nos. 1-10
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Temporary Land Bridge - Interview with Kirk Amaral Snow and Andrea Sherrill Evans
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Wiener (b. 1977 – Baltimore, MD) spent his early life traveling from one military base to another, never spending more than four years in one place at a time. The work he makes is a direct result of an impossible attempt to hold onto time and place – to stabilize it. He proceeds accordingly by using lens-based media to produce image-based installations that reinforce depictions of the past as experiences in the present.

He studied at Massachusetts College of Art and Design (BFA, 2001), the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA, 2007), the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Class of 2010) and a completed a 2009-10 DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Scholarship for Fine Arts in Leipzig, Germany. Most recently, he participated in group exhibitions at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NYC and the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts. Other exhibitions include curatorial project entitled “All Our Tomorrows and Yesterdays” at Proof Gallery in Boston (November 9–December 14, 2013), a solo show at 92Y Weill Gallery entitled “The Luxury of Distance” (March–May 2012), and a group exhibition of the same name at Kunstverein Weiden in Germany (October–November 2012). His work has been profiled and reviewed in Temporary Land Bridge, Hyperallergic, Big Red & Shiny, ARTnews, The Boston Globe, TimeOut Chicago and Paper & Carriage. He currently lives and works in Boston, MA.