Chris Golden, born in Los Angeles, currently working and living in Melbourne, Australia.
Chris is a visual artist and 3D motion designer exploring the nuance of form and motion. His work focuses on synthesizing the meditative quality of nature and deconstructionism— presenting a hyper-real tranquil existence. Chris blends 3D graphics with a hand-crafted tone to create a distinct human quality to his work. Chris’ digital creations can be both calming and exuberant – sometimes using vibrant colors to excite, other times the rhythm mimics the calming motion of waves.
Chris has collaborated with museums and institutions including the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Victoria & Albert Museum and Tate Britain, as well as private and publicly commissioned works for clients including Dolby, MTV, Nike, Puma, SONY, and VANS.
A speculation of the future of natural. In this artificial landscape, Flora is engined to become self-sustaining and has evolved from our current organic environment. Work was present in NYC Time Sqaure at ZAZ-10TS.
A multi screen installation originally presented at Something Unlimited festival in Melbourne Australia 2020. The installation was designed to act as a digital sanctuary for attendees.
Spectrum Garden is a part of a series that explores the concept of solitude and nature. Designed to invoke an emotive experience that supports mental well being.