Born in 1989.
Isaac Lythgoe is a sculptor and writer who studied painting at the Royal College of Art, London (2014).
Drawing on ideas from narrative traditions and storytelling, his work is an open discussion of forward-looking technologies and how they might influence our future societal structures. Ethics, romance and mortality are used to support a research practice that considers the integration of synthetic and biological systems as the most promising terrain for changes and challenges to human experience.
In practice, these ideas are addressed both conceptually and materially; the works appear as stories, played out in a mix of symbolic organic materials and new media techniques, with handmade and machine-made being in constant flux.