Paul Weston

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Artwork
Regis, ink on paper, 2000, 8 x 5 inches
Remote 1.0, eletroplated plastic, 2010, 8 x 2.5 x 1 inch
Click, series of 25 collages, 2010, 11.75 x 9.25 inches
Hdtv, graphite on paper, 2008, 24 x 30 inches
Birthday, glass, plastic, paper and dvd discs, 2010 8.5 x 8.5 x 8 inches
Paul
Weston
Artist's Statement

"I have never seen Paul Weston watch TV. Paul Weston has seen you watch TV and that includes me. His work is not about how we watch it or even what we watch. It is more about how it is us and we are it. Weston does not condemn or praise those of us who schedule our lives around the box. Nor does he simply report his findings. He is taking a stance. This issue is at hand via the remote control. Weston views the television as an existence on its own. It has good and bad, funny and sad. It controls us and we it. Weston’s work condemns, defies, describes and contradicts our life with our Frankenstein. Fitz Gerald

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Bio/Resume

Solo Exhibitions

1995 Hellevision, Space Gallery, Chicago, IL

Two Person Show

1994 Onomonopia, Weston/ Piattoni, Space Gallery, Chicago, IL

Selected Group Shows

2010 Next Fair, Represented by Dunham Place Salon, Chicago, IL

2009 Salon, Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn, NY

1997 Group Show, Beret International, Chicago, IL
Six, Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque NM

1996 Scratch, Thread Waxing, New York NY
Abstract Chicago, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL
Fiat R.H.Love Contemporary, Chicago, IL

1995 San Francisco Art Fair/Phoenix Hotel, Represented by Space Gallery
Smart Chicago at Ultimo Chicago IL Curated by Monique Meloche for the MCA

1994 Smart Chicago at Optica Chicago IL Curated by Monique Meloche for the MCA

1993 12 Undiscovered Chicago Artists, Oskar Friedl Gallery, Chicago, IL