Aeneas Wilder's work is principally that of an iconoclast. The questions that are raised through his creative practice focus on the validity or otherwise of cultural production and the validity or otherwise of national and personal identity. In questioning these systems a broader critique of society comes to light, that of controlled activity, usefulness within society, necessity of ownership/ consumption and the manipulation of identity. The dramatically transient nature of many of his earlier works highlights the distorted perceptions of permanence within society.
- 2012 Void, August Art, London
- 2011 Aeneas Wilder, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, UK
- 2010 Untitled # 150, Bewaerschole, Burg Haamstede, The Netherlands
- 2010 Untitleld # 147/#148, Pictura, Dordrecht, The Netherlands
- 2009 Aeneas Wilder, De Kunstsuper Gallery, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- 2008 Collider, Artcourt Gallery, Osaka, Japan
- 2008 Collapse, August Art, London, UK.
- 2008 Stasis, LaBF15, Lyon, France
- 2007 Between Art and Design, De Fabriek, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
- 2007 On the edge of Falling, The Exploratorium, San Francisco, USA
- 2007 Aeneas Wilder, INAX Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
- 2006 Musee de Gajac, Villeneuve sur Lot, France
- 2005 Empirical Association, Silpakorn University Gallery of Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand
- 2005 Empirical Association, Artcourt Gallery, Osaka, Japan
- 2005 Association Pollen, Monflanquin, France
- 2004 New Projects, Gallery C Square, Nagoya, Japan
- 2004 New Projects, Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Aomori, Japan
- 2009 Beaufort 03, Kunst an Zee, Belgium.