Andrew Lincoln Nelson               
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RESEARCH

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Evolutionary Robotics

ARTWORK

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Robot 32, The Living Machines, 2015



Phytoborg 2, Surreal Evolution Series, 2015


  
Robot 25, The
              Living Machines, 2013



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CURRENT
 

Oct.22.2015

The graphite drawing "Plantimal 2" Won First Place in the Fine Arts catagory in the 2015
Art of Planetary Science  juried show held at the University of Ariszona's Lunar and Planetary Science Lab (LPL).  prints available here

Aug.24.2015
 
National Arts Program Featured Artist for the week of August 23 - 30, 2015.  Work, including the graphite drawing "Plantimal 2" and "Phytoborg 2" from the "Living Machines" series selected
for display on the NAP main web page for one week under the FEATURED ARTIST heading.
URL: http://www.nationalartsprogram.org/users/alnelson

Nov.20.2014
 
"How digital is ushering in a new visual culture for the sciences" Artwork written up in article by
Bianca Pascall published in ARTEFACT Magazine, arts weekly of the University of the Arts London.
URL: http://www.artefactmagazine.com/2014/11/04/digital-is-ushering-in-a-new-visual-culture-for-the-sciences/?a1=4

Nov.8.2014
 
Tucson Pima Arts Council (TPAC) Fall Open Studio Tour show
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URL: http://www.tucsonpimaopenstudiotour.org/artists


Sept.1.2014


"National Arts Program September Spotlight
Robot 25 and other works from the Living Machines Series showcased in the National Arts Program Spotlight newsletter. 
URL:  http://www.nationalartsprogram.org/nap-spotlight/andrew-lincoln-nelson

June.1.2014

Half-page illustration for Serious Wonder featuring the SW logo printed in the June-July print version of the Futurist Magazine.
URL: http://www.seriouswonder.com/future-art/sw-limited-edition-print/







STATEMENT

Andrew Lincoln Nelson's work combines research and artistic expression to form a multidisciplinary exploration of self-replicating machines, futuristic non-anthropoid worlds, artificial life, speculative science fiction, evolutionary robotics, ruminations on posthuman intelligences and the nature of xenobiology





Contact:
Andrew Lincoln Nelson
P.O. Box 44065
Tucson AZ 85733

nelsonsystem-art@yahoo.com



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