Fictions are examined and re-spun in an examination of current technological and social developments.
In a study of recent technological and social trends new forms are examined and respond. All types of media is used. A focus on key technological and political materials such as advanced alloys and modern plastics emerges. With a physical science approach, sculptures, spatial installations, and digital works emerge with subtle and purposeful expression, using the wonder of the observer as an inclusive conversational element to narrate themselves.
Nick Guse studied nanostructure physics at the University of Hamburg and, after graduating, began studying fine arts at the HFBK in Hamburg, where he currently dedicates himself to the spatial, deep temporal, and political dimensions of earth and atmospheric phenomena.