Matt Woodham is an artist, designer and technologist who works across disciplines. He specialised in visual neuroscience at The University of Nottingham. He currently works with code and electronic circuits to create experimental video and music, web design and interactive audio-visual installations.
In recent years, his research into the complex system of the brain has evolved into a broader interdisciplinary practice. He utilises experimental techniques such as feedback loops, generative algorithms and randomness to reflect the common dynamics shared between systems of various scales: from quantum mechanics to the economy. He is drawn to the transition space between order and chaos, using the principles of nature to synthesise abstract, uncanny experiences.
He believes that the interdisciplinary space between art, science and technology can provide the possibilities for inducing both wonderment and socio-cultural advancement. Using science as the ground, technology as the tool and art as the expression.
Creator of Multimodal, an experimental audio-visual event series exploring concepts of perception, multi-sensory integration, complexity theory and system dynamics. Currently a member of One Thoresby Street where his personal sound/visual studio and shared workshop is based. Also a member of the Near Now studio.