Heading the world of futuristic science meets art synergy is Prantar Tamuli, a scientist and architect devising a new language of design that explores interdisciplinary collaboration and his own personal introspection.
A firm advocate of spaces where artistic and scientific disciplines collide, Tamuli’s work brings together art’s link to the psyche and the power of scientific innovation to teach us about the realities of life to form a bigger picture.
His work stems from a conscious exploration of biology, objects, cultures, ideologies in a diverse, strictly evaluative light. It includes scientifically driven renders focusing on varying hypotheses. Comparing opposing aspects of the world is a key feature of Tamuli’s work that he generously ponders upon through his Instagram musings.
The science whizz was also awarded the Irene Manton prize at the 69th British Phycological Society international conference for ‘Best Early Career Researcher’ for his presentation on ‘Developing photosynthetic biomineralised engineered living material’.
Pranav’s expertise in the field of design spans biodesign technology, architectural manifestations, and an ambitious unearthing of the primordial nature of the universe through artistic design skills of the future; that don’t reductively pitch the realms of science and arts against each other but rather form a seamless blend of conceptual visualization that is well worth seeing for yourself.
View his work here.
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