Posted on September 23, 2012
Daniel Gerwin writes of the show at Arcadia University, “The exhibition reveals a career both extensive and courageous.” He continues, “Wilsons commitment to arts digital life reflects the ferocity of her desire to change the way art is encountered. By offering truly populist access, she seeks to vault over the power structures currently controlling the exhibition of art. In her talk on the night of the exhibition opening, Wilson envisioned an art version of Pandora, through which one could use a personal computer to experience a varied selection of artworks with a self-selected theme. Her straightforward pragmatism is unusual in art and has made Wilson a force to be reckoned with in her 65th year as much as in her youth.” To read to full review please click here.