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Brian Hamilton

Graduating from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln with a Master of Architecture degree in 2009, Brian is currently an intern architect at the Omaha office of RDG Planning & Design. In addition to his role at RDG, Brian actively seeks out opportunities to expand his design capacity beyond the realm of architecture. Brian’s work has been recognized in several national and international design competitions that span the design gamut, delving into categories that include hypothetical future city planning, product design, personal accessory design, and graphic design.

Mediums: No specialty noted.

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For more information, visit the artist's website at http://designvicestudio.blogspot.com/.






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Grey Matter , May 2012

by Brian Hamilton

 

Mediums: Mural, Mixed Media

Location: Downtown; Grain Sil0 3417 Vinton St. Omaha NE

Owner: Emerging Terrain

Series: Stored Potential Two

Additional Information: Grey Matter manifests an effort to restructure the perceptual hierarchy of the biological, behavioral, and infrastructural/material patterns that exhibit our existence. Viewed from afar, a defined depiction of a neuron is the predominant feature of the graphic. Upon closer examination, the delineation of the neuron becomes an indistinct figure amidst a dense ground of mapped vectors. These vectors embody a diversity of both corporeal and metaphysical interactions – be it the biologically scripted behavior of social insect colonies, historical human settlement and transportation patterns, or the nodal recursive branching model of digital communication networks. Within the dense environment of Grey Matter, the “natural” and “synthetic” networks mingle. The two-dimensional graphic was generated by bridging several 3d modeling platforms, involving generative simulation and intuitive topological mesh modification to create an aesthetic stability between chaos and coalescence.


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