Born 1970 in Kansas City; Lives in Wilmington, Delaware
Lance Winn teaches at the University of Delaware. His personal work has been included in a range of recent books, including a collection on three-dimensional typography and another on Paul Virilio’s influence on contemporary artists. His work was represented in the article “Contemporary Developments in Drawing,” published in Contemporary Magazine. Winn’s work has been shown nationally and internationally and in 2007 was collected for a survey at the Freedman Gallery. His robotic video installations, in collaboration with Simone Jones, have been shown at Nuit Blanche in Toronto, the Ronald Feldman gallery in New York, and at the Icebox in Philadelphia. Their robotic installation, “End of Empire,” was included in the 2014 Montreal Biennale.
Winn is the recipient of a 2015 Established Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts.