I am a physicist, visual artist and musician. I am currently an artist in residence at High Concept Labs in MANA Contemporary, Chicago (Institutional Incubation Program), and a visiting artist/researcher at the University of Chicago in the physics department (Jaeger Lab). I earned my PhD in physics from Pierre et Marie Curie University in Paris, France. In 2016, I began research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology after 3 years of post-doctoral training at Harvard University’s Applied Math Lab.
I study how physics explains self-emergent patterns in nature through fluid mechanics, statistical physics, and material science. I explore their relationship with the artist workflow and his perception, by their integration in audio-visual immersive narratives, with real-time projections of real-space experiments.
More information about my scientific research here.