Ode to Seekers 2012
8m 30s ● HD Video ● Colour ● Sound ● 2016

Press: Artforum, Art Review, 4columns, Schirn Mag, Contemporary Art Daily, Art Viewer, Cultured

Presentations

Ode to Seekers 2012, Broad Art Museum - East Lansing, Michigan
11th Gwangju Biennial
- Gwangju, Korea
Dreamlands, Whitney Museum - New York, New York
Double Feature, Schirn Kunsthalle - Frankfurt, Germany
Swiss Institute Presents: Andrew Norman Wilson: The Order of Ought, Anthology Film Archives - New York, New York
Andrew Norman Wilson, Center for Contemporary Art Futura - Prague, Czech Republic
Crossroads, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art - San Francisco, California
Techne and the Decency of Means, Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart + Theater Rampe - Stuttgart, Germany
Moscow International Biennale for Young Art - Moscow, Russia
Pretense, Human Resources - Los Angeles, California
Vie D'Ange, Vie D'Ange - Montreal, Canada
e-flux journal series, REDCAT - Los Angeles, California
Andrew Norman Wilson, CaroSposo, Cinémathèque Robert-Lynen - Paris, France
Reality Models, Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart + Theater Rampe - Stuttgart, Germany
Metropolitan Cosmopolitan, 83 Pitt Street - New York, New York
Havana Film Festival - Havana, Cuba
Uncertainty Seminars with Andrew Norman Wilson, Stroom Den Haag - Den Haag, Netherlands
Sekula Beyond Sekula: Andrew Norman Wilson, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary - Vienna, Austria
EXiS festival - Seoul, Korea
Alternative Cinema: Andrew Norman Wilson, Colgate University - Hamilton, New York
Milwaukee Underground Film Festival - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Artist Leaving the Googleplex, Microlights Cinema - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Monokino, Museum of Contemporary Art - Ostend, Belgium
Interior: Night, Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art - Las Vegas, Nevada

Ode To Seekers 2012, Document - Chicago, Illinois

 

Pretense, Human Resources, Los Angeles, California

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Directed and Edited by Andrew Norman Wilson
Modeling and 3D animation by Vlad Maftei
Motion Graphics by Andrew Norman Wilson
Camera by Ben Clotten and Andrew Norman Wilson
Sound Editing by Andrew Norman Wilson and Evian Christ
Voice by Michael Hudson
Sheryl Crow's "If It Makes You Happy" covered by After Eight, the official a cappella subset of the Cornell University Chorus
"I Love It" by Icona Pop Feat. Charli XCX (Wilson remix)
"Because" by Marcellis (Wilson edit)
Pyrotechnics by Alexander Kellogg
Produced by The Gwangju Biennial Foundation and Akademie Schloss Solitude