From the micro to the macro, patterns appear everywhere. They live in nature and technology, symbolic of systemic connection – the codes that inform the universal oneness of life. Sculptor, new media and interdisciplinary artist Simeon Nelson uses these influences in his practice to unravel pattern, engaging with the subjective experiences of the world around us. Here Simeon speaks to TiP about his frequent collaborations with psychologists, biologists, composers and coders which act as a stimulus and zone of crossover for both scientific and artistic research.
|Specialist publication||Thinking in Practice (TiP)|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2017|