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Christopher Walsh is an emerging artist of the Pacific Northwest, with a recently earned BFA in sculpture from Cornish College of the Arts. He studies form and its connective potential between modes of experience. Thus, his work focuses on the human sensorium, using its various modalities as parallel pathways for structures of information. Specifically, Christopher is developing software for the perceptualization of mathematical forms, turning numbers into sonic and visual sensations. Approaching information from analog methods, he is also researching reflected light as an information transmitting medium. Ultimately, he seeks to design systems for the development of robust, cross-wired, multimodal mental models, tuned for processing abstract information. In doing so, he hopes to expand the pathways to learning.
photo by Kelsey Clanton