Tiny Quantum Dream and more art by Gregory Little

Tiny Quantum Dream, 2020
57 x 40 inch (h x w)
Mixed-media (hand-ground pigment
Digital Collage
archival laser print)

Gregory Little's projects have been exhibited in international venues in the US, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia. His creative practice has evolved to include experimental animation, AR/VR, painting, and sculpture. His current research focuses on art/science mixed reality worlds. Little has taught at a number of institutions, including RISD, Brown, Oberlin, Kent State, SACI Florence, and BGSU He is currently Director of XR Research at Lorain County Community College in Ohio.

For the past 30+ years I have of worked with poetic visualizations at the intersection of art and science. Through a contemporary interpretation of Paul Klee's statement 'Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible', the selected work: “Tiny Quantum Dream” combines digital artifacts, imagery from news feeds with mathematical expressions and quantum numbers forming a highly subjective and poetic alternative dream world meant to evoke emotion.

Please note - the actual physical dimensions of this piece are 20 x 14 inches. The relative size of this work has been adjusted for the purposes of the virtual gallery presentation.



LOCATION: Oberlin, Ohio USA

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