A resident of Roslindale, MA, Andrew M. K. Warren received his MFA and BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and has served as the Associate Director of Visual Arts at the Boston Latin School. Currently, he is a Visiting Instructor at both the University of New Hampshire and Wellesley College. Warren’s photographic and video work has been exhibited at diverse venues such as Art Interactive, The Gallery @ Green Street, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and various film festivals and theaters. Recently, he was featured in the group show Infinite Fill at Foxy Production in Chelsea.
Featured online are selections from two projects: an ongoing series that focuses on transit within the urban environs using a street-photography-meets-snapshot aesthetic as well as highlights from his collection of over 1,000 found photos. Usually displayed in grids, lines, or books, Warren’s Wheels images create a visual syntax after consuming several. Viewers begin to sense a learned language featuring repeated patterns, odd placements, and humorous juxtapositions. In his compositions, mundane objects take on a renewed presence and quotidian landscapes require a second look. Warren’s interest in the everyday is further underscored by his ever-growing aggregation of found images, which he categorizes into groups. Periodically shown, shuffled, and sampled, this represents only small fraction of his efforts as artist/curator.
- Leslie K. Brown, PRC Curator
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