Michael Wyshock is a multimedia contemporary artist. His current research interests concern the spatial implications of multi-dimensional color and phenomenological systems. Wyshock uses fractal studies--found in painting, sound, and video--for the investigation of patterns that produce predictable saccades. The concern is with the visual engagement of the viewer with issues of depth and oscillation. The works are designed and amplified for chronostatic effects that explore the psychology of time. The artist’s creative involvements include a range of collaborative studio and public projects with other artists and practitioners--musicians, poets, and scientists. Wyshock’s projects and art work have received awards and support from numerous public and private sponsors--the Pollock Krasner Foundation, the Ringling Tower award, fellowship of the Vermont Studio Center, the Delaware Division of the Arts Individual Artist Award, Louisiana Arts Council Award, University of Central Arkansas Research Award, State University of New York Research Award, and the Florida State University Distinguished Alumni Award. Since 2010, he has been teaching in the Fine Arts Department at Ringling College of Art and Design. Please email michael@wyshock.com for more information.