2016-17: Collaborative works with the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute
I was selected as the first Artist in Residence for the HEMI Extreme Arts Program at Johns Hopkins University. The goal of this artist/designer in residence position is to bring in artists in order to collaborate and explore ways to represent, visualize, and/or interpret HEMI research. Using a wide range of media and processes, this work reimagines HEMI's research using playful analogies, unique narratives and unexpected lab documentation, inviting audiences to admire the depth and fascination that extreme materials represent.
→ Documentation Video of Jay Gould & Collaborators
→ Video Interview with Jay Gould
→ Article in Johns Hopkins University HUB
→ Featured at the Noorderlicht Photography Festival, (2017)
→ Keynote presentation for Engineering Art group at the 2018 Society of Engineering Science conference in Madrid, Spain