I come alive where brain science steps outside the lab to create new interventions, stories, and unseen connections between siloed peoples and vocabularies. I think talk is not so cheap, science is art, and things get stale if the doors aren't flung wide. Especially interested in Wellness and Wonder
I’ve been playing with generating graphics using code since taking Zach Lieberman’s class Recreating the Past. We built work in openFrameworks, using contemporary software to make artwork which was inspired by past giants like Lillian Schwartz, Muriel Cooper and Ken Knowlton…
For MIT Hacking Arts 2018 I got to assemble a dream team of friends from MIT to build an artwork with Agnieszka Kurant overnight. See it all here! Read more about the team and work here! We built a series of robotic animals controlled by the internet. Shown at Nicolas Bourriad's La Panacée, SFMOMA's online collection, and at Harvard metaLAB's AI + Art Group. Living on in the ether evermore.
Exploring treating animal anatomy like machine anatomy. A lobster divided at every joint, then extended with machine capabilities (gears, springs, motors). Watch the video, see it transform. Published in Red Lobster internal magazine! Art in the beast’s belly.
Making strange fractal forms with Ben Miller and Adam Burke in the MIT Museum Studio late at night, then using Zach Lieberman’s tools from openFrameworks to turn them into glitch art. Built from code here.