Programmer and 3D Sculpture Artist
Eyal Gever is a contemporary artist whose work sits at the intersection of art and technology. Using just a palette of code, he develops digital simulations from which he then creates 3D-printed sculptures and installations. Gever’s work has been featured in Wired, CNN, economist, the BBC, VICE, Financial Times and is currently the subject of a documentary being produced by VICE
In his latest project #Laugh, which was two years in development, Gever is collaborating with NASA and Made In Space Inc to create a visualisation of human laughter, which will be 3D-printed at the International Space Station – and become the first piece of artwork ever to be produced in space.