Ian Wagner


Ian Wagner

Questions of identity, self, and other have existed as long as humanity has had a collective consciousness, but how we look has changed and what we see is no longer corporeal. In our quest to create the equivalent of Paul Virilio’s “vision machine,” we have created a technological fantasy that has displaced actuality to the extent that the act of being “self” or “other” now depends on the utility and discretion of surrogate machines. We have always been unknowable in identity, now we are also blind.
Ian Wagner Resume 



Liberation, ink on paper, 31" x 23.25"  Available 


The First Time, ink on paper, 18" x 12"  Available 


The Last Time, ink on paper, 18" x 12"  Available 


Undercover, ink on paper, 18.125" x 12.5"  Available


The Harsh Light of Day, ink on paper, 6.125" x 9.125"  Available


Cold Front, ink on paper, 9.125" x 6.125"  Available


Heedless, ink on paper, 5.625" x 7.625"  SOLD