Poetic Aesthetics is an ongoing exploration (2009– now) into the poetical, tactile and transient dimensions of novel (bio)materials, synthetica, and how it is aesthetically influenced by computational thinking. In an attempt to fathom experiences of these non-verbal accounts, this ongoing material exploration is work in progress and often quickly executed.

Material experiments with solids, dyes, fabrics and composition to explore chemistry, substitutes, and digitally influenced aesthetic.


Featured on James Bridle's The New Aesthetic- blog, 10th May 2011
Featured in Matt Jones' essay on the Sensor-Vernacular, 13th May 2011