The selection committee member
Celyn Bricker (.b1989, UK), is an artist exploring technology, our relationship to nature, and complex systems, as they exist both the natural world and in human society. He explores these themes using both new technology and more traditional media. He is also co-founder of CELU studio, which aims to use art and design to both communicate and address environmental issues.
Celyn’s artwork has been collected by the Royal Scottish Academy in the UK, and his collaborative piece AIMADE recently was accepted into the National Collection of Mexico. In 2016 he had work featured in the Shanghai Biennale, and recently had a piece as part of the landmark exhibition ‘Immaterial/ Re-Material: A Brief History of Computing Art’ at UCCA in Beijing.