I have an interest in open-ended artworks. When someone is confronted with something that's incomplete, or something that has an open system built into it, it's their tendency to try to complete it. In this case meaning is generated partly by the viewer, but is predicated by choices that the artist has made.
Chance. Many of my works don't involve chance at all, but rather the adjustment of an ambiguity/meaning ratio.
I'm always very aware of my own tastes when working, and I really like the idea of "tuning" meaning. On one level I think I've been trying to see if I can get away with using perception itself as the content of my work.
JD Walsh is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA in 2004 from Bard College, and his BFA from Alfred University in 1998. He has produced works in many different media, including sculpture, drawing, installation, and video. He has shown in venues including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Musee D'Orsay (as part of Tony Oursler's "Studio"), Anthology Film Archives, the Islip Art Museum, and is included in the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. His work has been written about in Artforum, Sculpture Magazine, and ArtPapers among others. He currently teaches at Parsons The New School for Design and at Hunter College.