Wade Guyton is a post-conceptual American artist best known for his monochrome digital paintings made with an Epson inkjet printer. In his early work, Guyton used a desktop printer to lay black X-shapes, which would become his signature mark, over pages taken from interior design catalogues. His work recycles images using inkjet printing, photo silk-screening, and stenciling to imitate abstract paintings. Here, the inkjet printer is again made central - a pile of test sheets from the devise are stacked upon a bright red floor, whilst a camera hovers above. Guyton documents the the striking visual contrast of the setup on his iPhone camera. A modified form of the work became the catalogue cover accompanying his exhibition "Drawings for a Small Room at Secession in Vienna" (2011).

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