Technobiophilia | Technobiophobia

11/02/2021 43.662483, -70.277019

1553 | 44.105454, -69.764421

1553 | 44.105454, -69.764421

1551 | 44.105454, -69.764421

1551 | 44.105454, -69.764421

Posted on: December 18, 2021
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Technology is often observed as a supportive ecological tool yet at the same time it can also be highly disruptive to certain ecosystems. This ongoing conceptual work is an examination of technological advancement and the multifaceted lens from which it can be viewed.

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Ryan Wight

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MFA Student

Major: Sculpture

Graduation Year: 2023

Artist Statement:

My artwork concerns the complex structures inherent to humanity’s shared spaces. I often look to concepts and imagery based on environmental response and biologic systems to feed my work. Projects take their shape through introspection, observational studies, and material investigation with goals set for transmutation.