Nomadic Constructions: Recent Works by Patrick D. Wilson
Patrick D. Wilson’s works employ video, photography, and architectural forms to explore issues of urban expansion and cultural transformation. His works frequently use digital technologies alongside fabrication methods and vernacular objects. In 2012, Wilson was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to photograph construction sites in Chongqing China. Since that time, he has used the frontier areas of urban development in China as the source of his artistic expression.
Support provided by the Kalamazoo Artistic Development Initiative, a program of the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo.
Articles featuring this exhibition:
“Upcoming NAU Art Museum exhibit by Patrick D. Wilson bridges art and architecture” – AZ Daily Sun