Frank Benson (b. 1976, Virginia, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Working in sculpture and photography, Benson's practice centers on concepts of arrested movement and the use of digital tools in the creation of sculpture. Increasingly, Benson has employed technology in the production of works – for example, the translation of photographs of human models into meticulously-crafted ‘wireframe’ virtual models and 3-D prints. These models serve as the basis for hyper-real and minutely-finished statues, all of which drawing on Benson's own circle of artist and creatives. In 2019, Benson's work was the subject of a survey at the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo. His work has been included in major group exhibitions, including Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body, The Met Breuer, New York (2018), Art in the Ages of the Internet: 1989 to today, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2018), 2015 Triennial: Surround Audience, New Museum, New York, among others.