Geoffrey Hicks is a visual artist exploring the convergence of digital technologies with traditional art-making practices and the effect on audience interaction. Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, his work often focuses on the medium of light and it’s transmission and manipulation through digital and analog processes. Hicks’ past endeavors range from temporary public art light installations to hacking and repurposing an industrial robotic arm to take the role of a photographer, capturing portraits of gallery visitors using face-tracking technology and displaying the photographs with artificially-intelligent pairings.