Four Dimensions and Untiled Faces

Nathan Selikoff says about his work: ” I play with interactivity and motion in time and space: in the colorful swirls of abstract, mathematically generated forms; in the whimsical dancing of a giant cardboard marionette; and in the mysterious movement of light across musical performers.” Four Dimensions is an interactive orchestra piece performed in Orlando in 2012.


Untiled Faces is Nathan’s sculptural work that bridges, math, code, drawing and interactivity:

Untiled Faces Development Screen Capture from Nathan Selikoff on Vimeo.

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Posted on March 1, 2014, in 4D, Art & Science, art and mathematics, art and technology, Bojana Ginn, Nathan Selikoff and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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