Wyatt Buescher is a multidisciplinary photographic artist currently working as a printing assistant and photo editor at Cushing Printing, and as a Studio Facilitator at The MARWEN foundation. He was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois where he currently lives and works. He earned his Bachelors in Fine Arts degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA with a major in Photography and Filmmaking. Buescher is a practicing fine artist working primarily with the experimentation and repetition of imagery as a learning process, his work often finds itself exploring the relationships between architectural structures and natural environments as they relate personally to his struggle with Visual Dyspraxia. He also does freelance photographic and editing jobs in and around the Chicagoland area, and he also manages apartment buildings in the Fulton Market District Area. He has exhibited in such places as Chicago, New York, and Richmond, VA.
- I have a learning disability called visual dyspraxia
- It means that I have the dexterity to do things, but I get overwhelmed with too much visual information. It’s difficult to conceptualize and then execute steps: (what comes next in a series of events.)
- Visually these forms have a lot of weight to them.
- The Images I create act as templates for larger sculptural installations.
- This relationship between image (photographic) and sculptural expresses my need for physicality in the photographic process.
- I have a tensioned relationship with physical, moving, changing spaces.
- Imagery I create acts as a proxy interpreter for my visual dyspraxia. What you see is not what I see, but how I see. (And how I see is what I see)
- A broken camera still produces an image; it’s a metaphorical interpreter, a way of seeing, a way of understanding.
- Process and repetition and starting from a pile…from a mess. Allows for understanding and questioning and deconstruction and reconstruction and freedom and experimentation and possibility and organization.
- Bring your own experiences to this work, think on them, and let them inhabit this structure, this space. What do you think?
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