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My artwork comprises an artistic and scientific examination of mind, body and society. My work explores the intersection of sensor motor modalities and the challenges and mysteries of motor control, perception, representation, and emergent phenomena. I am driven by a deep curiosity and utilize a wide range of techniques to get at the truth. I find that art and science are more similar than different, and feel that a multidisciplinary approach is crucial. Making artwork is akin to a scientific inquiry: it starts with questions and results in some answers and always more questions. On the other hand, art allows for the introduction of scientifically inadmissible techniques and processes that bring about radical results, and thus hand in hand, art and science can make vast discoveries.
(2009-03-27)The development of a series of biologically inspired sculptural substrates, a generative programming language, called Proto, for describing motion, and a series of art pieces implementing movement concepts described in ...