‘These are images, and images of images, and images of things, and lists of things, and images that one day may or may not become things – all made seamless and scaleless within the cold yet comforting glow of the screen. It is a landscape familiar to anyone who has ever sat before a computer. It is a landscape that Guyton’s art captures and translates, the digital loam from which it grows’
(Wade Guyton OS, exh. cat., The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2012, p.9).