Christopher Walsh is an emerging artist of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, with a fine arts degree from Cornish College of the Arts. He studies form and its connective potential between modes of experience. Currently, this work involves the development of a constructive language for creative behavior, which redraws traditional humanist categories for new media art, and generally the future of human-machine-nature societies. The character of this language is guided by Christopher’s environmental meditations with the human sensorium, using its various modalities as parallel pathways for structures of information. In practice, these ideas are manifest in a variety of artworks, including the perceptualization of numbers, a music of light, a chess of life, and his current experiment in microblogging, which functions to document the emergence of such meditations.