Wade Guyton makes objects, paintings, drawings, photographs, books, and posters. His work addresses the conditions of its own making, its reception, documentation, and distribution. The artist has become known for making works on linen that are produced with an inkjet printer from digital files. He utilizes information from webpages, marks drawn or typed in Microsoft Word, or scanned images. He will discuss his practice with SAIC faculty Susan Tallman (Printmedia, Art History, Theory and Criticism), an art historian who has written extensively on the history and culture of the print, as well as on issues of authenticity, reproduction, and multiplicity.