Seeing Lassoing Wild Horses in 360°

Perfect-bound book, re-scanned 3D objects from the Met

“Lassoing Wild Horses was the first sculpture in the Met’s collection to be made available for viewing online in 360°. The classic Western bronze calls to mind dusty expanses, uncharted terrain, and the quintessentially Western ideas of conquest and control. In Seeing Lassoing Wild Horses in 360°, Josh Sender defamiliarizes those concepts by 3D scanning the digital object as he turned it around in virtual space. In this way Sender was able to ‘own’ his own iteration of the bronze, yet at the same time he dismisses the notion of exacting documentation in favor of abstraction. The resulting point clouds and wireframes call to mind Rorschach tests or faraway islands—forms that encourage one to wander between knowing and the unknown.”

Published by and available for purchase from Ctrl+P

6″ x 9″

72 pages, perfect-bound

Published 2018

2014 Digital Edition

The original 2014 edition is still available as a free PDF.

Download the PDF (6 MB)

I Have Something to Tell You

No Shortage of Bodies

You Never Know How the Past Will Turn Out

Excuse Me, I Have Work to Do

A Public Space: For Labor, for Leisure

Nothing but Hats and Bags

Scratched Below a Statue

It’s Nice Out Here

New Work

Mocking Time, as Far as I Can Tell

Seeing Lassoing Wild Horses in 360°

An Hour Poorly Spent

It Was All Very Impressive I

Touristing as a Clumsy Commuter

Yes, It All Happened

Taking Up a Space and Claiming It

Merry Happy Year

It Was All Very Impressive II

On Edge

Oy! On Time!

Vie Vying

blghded

Monument Feed

Martyr Images

$ Landscape $

Everyone Looks So Familiar

Contrived Permanence

Unpublished Stories

Josh Sender