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Andrew Kuo, “Charge,” 2020, Basketball, Second Edition

Andrew Kuo
“Charge” (2nd Edition), 2020
Artist-designed, unlimited edition basketball

“In a game, the ball itself can become the opponent, as if it had a say about luck, fate, success, failure, etc… and even though it might go in 100 out of 100 times, we’re only as good as #101. It’s helpful to know what we can and can’t control because the ball has a mind of its own.”

Andrew Kuo has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, London, Detroit, Milwaukee, Tokyo, Moscow, and Bologna. His chart paintings are graphic depictions of a provided set of rules which, based on the information points, create a figurative, geometric image. In another body of work from 2014, Kuo made a series of paintings about the basketball player Jeremy Lin and the phenomenon of “Linsanity;“ he is also co-host of the “Cookies” basketball podcast. He is currently living and working in New York City.