Nanette Wylde

  • You Are The Tree, a sculptural installation created with Kent Manske
  • Your Own Light, animation
  • I left my dog poop bag on the trail, social practice
  • O' Humboldt, O' Muir, Worldviews, monoprint
  • On Longing is a series of 50 unique monoprints. Each print is a mandala which contemplates and celebrates the natural world while focusing on global mass extinctions.
  • On Longing is a series of 50 unique monoprints. Each print is a mandala which contemplates and celebrates the natural world while focusing on global mass extinctions.
  • On Longing is a series of 50 unique monoprints. Each print is a mandala which contemplates and celebrates the natural world while focusing on global mass extinctions.
  • On Longing is a series of 50 unique monoprints. Each print is a mandala which contemplates and celebrates the natural world while focusing on global mass extinctions.
  • 10 Things You Can Do in Troubling Times Like These. Political Tract.
  • Over It is a collection of reminders and assists to aid in actualizing one's agency in koyaanisqatsi times. Artist's book.
  • Remembering Elephants. Artist's book about extinction. Commission from Awagami Paper, Japan.
  • Diverse Paths at the Palo Alto Art Center. Public art installation with augmented reality. Commission from Zero One San Jose and the Palo Alto Art Center.

Nanette Wylde is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and cultural worker making socially reflective and often language-based works using a variety of hybrid media. Wylde has a BA in Behavioral Science from San José State University. Her MFA is in Interactive Multimedia and Printmaking from Ohio State University. Her artists’ books, prints and electronic works are included in significant international collections. She is Professor Emerita of Art & Art History at California State University, Chico.

Wylde’s interests include: language, personality, difference, beliefs, systems, ideas, movement, reflection, identity, perceptions, structures, stories, socialization, definitions, context, memory, experience, change, the natural world, and residue.

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    • Redwood City CA 94063

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