Taylor Dean Harrison creates mixed-media sculptures and installations. With each creation, Harrison aims to craft a possible universe with an order based on a mathematical system. Then he brings that universe alive with more painterly approaches, implementing handwork and moving light. These manifestations of order and subsequent departures result in spaces and objects built for suffusive moments of mental peace.
With a practice rooted in parametric design, Harrison adopts technique and research from cutting edge industrial processes. He explores generative forms and color theory to play with the physical boundaries of the eye and the expectations of the brain. Once finished in the digital, Harrison uses CNC processes to bring his works into the physical world.
Taylor Dean Harrison’s artworks have toured festivals and fairs nationally, exhibited in galleries and museums, and been purchased for private collections. Harrison collaborates deeply with Henry David Richardson, a cutting edge digital designer. He attended art school at UC Berkeley, and apprenticed under Michael Christian, a seminal Burning Man and public artist.
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