In this work the use of technology ranges from ancient to current, from hand-grinding minerals into paint, to lasers, sensor, and optics. The intent of the work is to contextualize science and technology in human, imaginative, emotive, and liberatory terms through the use of art historical tropes, emotive gestures, and seductive materials. If scientific visualization can be defined as art at the service of science; in this body of work science serves art and emotion.
Gregory Little is an artist, teacher and writer. He is a professor of Digital Art and Director of XR Research and Development at Lorain County Community College in Ohio. His work has been presented in the US, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia. His creative practice for 40 years includes animation, AR & VR, painting, drawing, and installation. Little was an early adopter of VR in his work (1993) and in teaching (1994).