The Atmospheric Liquid 3D Creatures by Nate Talbot – Design You Trust

The Atmospheric Liquid 3D Creatures by Nate Talbot

“I invoke digital beings through VR, 3D scanning, C4D, and Holograms. I see myself as a medium between the immaterial digital world and the spirit world. I aim to deconstruct the tension between virtual and material planes, between my mixed Ojibwe and settler identities, and between technology and spirituality.”

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