Saul's work seeks to recreate alternative memories and experiences to understand the self better and make the sublime visible. Using art to create a revolving system from the mental, physical, and virtual environment, he invites people to participate in the viewer experience through digital mixed-media works. These digital collages form a unique perception and an imaginary state of contemplation where the subject matter transcends color and energy to the individual––creating a heightened sense of visual perception. He is in the Future Stages cohort and will incorporate his research on bridging the arts & sciences through design and reimagining the archive.
Photo by Brian J. Santos
Project photography development focused on bridging the arts and sciences—infrared photography and colorimetric aesthetics through image manipulation and digital enhancement.
New Art City: Moderno Mindscapes
The Harvard Undergraduate Classics Journal, page 20, 2021.
DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
Adobe CC, Photoshop & Premiere Pro image and video editing.
Catalyzing Change BIPOC Fellowship, DANM, UCSC, April 2022
Phi Beta Kappa Induction, The Phi Beta Kappa Society, UCSC Chapter, May 2021
Coha-Gunderson Prize in Speculative Futures,The Humanities Institute, University of California, Santa Cruz, April 2021
Natural History Student Award Recipient, Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History University of California, Santa Cruz, March 2021
Irwin Scholar Award Recipient, University of California, Santa Cruz, February 2021
Eduardo Carrillo Memorial Scholarship Award, University of California, Santa Cruz, February 2021
Digital Scholarship Commons Fellowship, University Library, UCSC, January 2021
Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award, University of California, Santa Cruz, June 2020
OpenLab Fellowship, What makes us Human An Art + Genomics Convergence, University of California, Santa Cruz, November 2020
Irwin Project Award Recipient, University of California, Santa Cruz, November 2020