Not often does one get to meet an artist who successfully integrates computer hardware, slapstick film aesthetics, choreography and classical music into his work. In fact, it is a common belief that science and art are two worlds apart. And yet, for Peter William Holden, who was born in 1970 in Northern England and grew up with an admiration for the ‘fantastic abstract patterns and sounds’ generated by early 80’s computers and a passion for ‘applied mathematics’,...

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