In "Supermajor

Matt Kenyon, Supermajor (2012). Installation. 46 x 24 x 60 in. Photo Courtesy of Artist.

Wolf at the Door

"Wolf at the Door" is a collection of Kenyon's recent works, many of which reflect upon and critique the language of market forces, and the way banks and corporations leave individual human experience out of the metaphors they use. Wolf at the Door asks what euphemisms like a debt waterfall, an untapped resource, or a key investment would look like if they reflected the human stories they have unleashed.


Matt Kenyon

Kenyon lives and works in Buffalo, New York, where he is an Associate Professor in the Art Department at the University at Buffalo. Kenyon’s work has been exhibited internationally at The Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg in Germany, WRO Art Center in Poland, the Trapholt Museum in Denmark, the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, and collected by institutions including the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His work has been recognized by a TED Fellowship, a MacDowell Fellowship, and the FILE Prix Lux Art prize. Kenyon’s pieces have been featured in mainstream publications such as Wired, Gizmodo, and The New York Times, as well as in edited volumes such as A Touch of Code (Gestalten Press) and Adversarial Design (MIT Press).