Estevan Mykhail Guzman
Before we embark on a journey through cyberspace during the upcoming CYNETART festival, we invite you together with our friends from PLASMA-Magazine to join us for an excursion to outer space.
PYLON-Lab will host a talk with space artist ESTEVAN MYKHAIL GUZMAN from Los Angeles, California on Monday, October 8th at 7pm. The entrance is free. Guzman is a 3D animator with a passion for physics and space travel. He currently works at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. As a ‘space artist’ Guzman finds inspiration in science and space travel for his works. Guzman will talk about how he became a space artist and will give an insight about the role of art in scientific discovery, especially in space history.
Read the interview with Guzman for PLASMA-Magazine via the link below.
As an international publication, the magazine showcases contributions from the art and science world. The latest issue is focused on space exploration, AI, bionics as well a technology in art and features a “Nerd guide to Moscow” from the Plasma team’s research road trip to the russian capital and the EXPO 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan. Plasma 4’s content ranges from NASA, ESA, SpaceX and Caltech to art-sience institution such as The Museum of Jurrasic Technology, MONA, Futurium and the Garage Museum.