Marcus A. Gordon works at the intersections of holography, photography, and visualization. He explores the relationship between light and form in architecture to produce aesthetic experiences that induce the occurrence of discovery in both virtual and physical spaces.
Currently a Digital Media PhD student at York University, his studies focus on algorithmic composition, audio/image synthesis, generative art and architectonic media intervention (AMI), under the direction of Dr. Mark-David Hosale of the nd::StudioLab. As a VISTA graduate research assistant with the nd::StudioLab (an art-science lab in computation arts and interactive architecture), his research work pertains to volumetric displays for the IceCube project. Marcus is also a member of the Alice Lab under the direction Dr. Graham Wakefield, a lab centered around the creativity of nature.