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.

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

Untiled Faces Development Screen Capture from Nathan Selikoff on Vimeo.

ArtAndScienceATL also recommends:

http://nathanselikoff.com/works/interstitials

About Bojana Ginn

Joying art, science, and technology. www.bojanaginn.com

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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