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Malachi Wilson is an artist based in Provo, UT.  His interdisciplinary approach to conceptual art experiments with different interpretations of  the human form, structural and linguistic frameworks, and the nature of interpretation in art. Wilson has participated in solo and group exhibitions across the United States as well as in his home country of Canada. 

In his recent series VACANCIES, Wilson’s work ranges from scanner-manipulated archival images to forged steel and delicately contained found materials. These works use distinct mediums to approach the footprints and forms of different natural objects, including the human body. As these iterations dance between recognizable and abstracted, they point back to the ephemeral nature of their references, and question what is lost when we attempt to preserve them beyond their time. In this way, Wilson grapples with themes of legacy, physicality, and self-observation.

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