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Ameen Insan is a creative technologist and a data nerd. He possesses an unwavering passion for the convergence of storytelling, datasets, and human behavior understanding, all dedicated to crafting immersive experiences. With a background in Industrial Design, he has embarked on a personal project known as ‘Data Art + Experiential Design’ Through this endeavor, he explores the innate beauty concealed within data and endeavors to convey the intricacies of computational thinking.
 

His creative journey, however, takes a captivating turn within the realm of computational thinking. The result is a profound paradigm shift in the way he perceives the world. His artworks strive to evoke a sense of otherworldliness, achieved through the manipulation of generative particles governed by unconventional physics. This artistic path ventures beyond the familiar 'sci-fi' aesthetics, using simulations infused with higher-dimensional geometries that defy the bounds of reality.

At the core of his artistic vision lies the concept of 'storytelling' with data—a pathway that transcends conventional modes of expression, whether through words or visuals. His quest is to engage audiences in narratives that go beyond mere visual observation, allowing them to delve into the rich tapestry of historical stories woven within datasets. Through this approach, almost anything encountered in daily life can be transformed into a living, experiential story.
 

It's crucial to acknowledge that his perspective underscores the limitations imposed by human sensory perception when it comes to art. As such, he refrains from hasty conclusions about what art entails. He firmly believes that art has the potential to transcend the boundaries of current understanding, ushering in new, unexplored realms of creative expression.


Ameen's work was recently displayed at:
 

  • Integrate Summit (Dubai)

  • Saudi Media Forum (Saudi Arabia)

  • Sikka Art and Design Festival (Dubai)

  • Flux by Engage Works (London)

  • NFT Kochi (India)

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