This video imagines the role in which biomimicry and virtual / augmented / mixed reality might play in the future of my work.Read More
Multiple forms of projection art are beginning to set foot into the art scene, but not without a ton of baggage. This form of art consists mostly of computer-generated scenes, animated by external input, or driven by live control panels such as midi devices or OSC. A common term associated with the art form isRead More
To step foot into the realm of digital media one has got to be humble. I say this with no hesitation to add that this is one of the most difficult tasks to conquer as an artist. It’s difficult and heavily overlooked by everyone.
Lurking in the shadows of the creative process, one might think they have evaded its essence as they sit back and sip their delicious margarita, but this is only your mind playing tricks. To be a humble technologist, one must first eradicate all preconceived notions of the word, humble.
Creativity in science is interesting to perceive through the paintbrush hairs of a fine artist. The relationship between these perceptions vary throughout historical accounts and research papers aimed at deciphering the nature behind the creative makeup. The Nature of Science Compendium is a collection of perspectives from several major scientific discoveries. Throughout this reading, IRead More
The pursuit to understand the process of understanding is one of the most multifaceted areas of scientific research. This is especially true when the focus of study is a controversial topic like creativity. It’s like trying to see one’s eye with one’s eye, and these studies will always be biased as long as these experimentsRead More
“Nothing is as empowering as real-world validation, even if it’s for failure.” Steven Pressfield, The War of Art Rounding up my first semester, I face planted into a puddle of humbling muck. I naively took on a project that I was not equipped for. It was a resin lamp inspired by the bioluminescence of anRead More