second-year mfa students
Ian Costello works with models as a bridge between ecology and computer simulations. Current research involves the shortcuts, simplifications, and procedural algorithms used to approximate natural processes, and the role they play in shaping and distorting our interpretations of those processes. His recent interactive projects aim to make computational work visible by unraveling the graphics rendering pipeline, and resisting the notion that seeing is a neutral act.
BFA Fine Arts, Parsons The New School of Design