Geoffrey Hicks is an artist exploring the convergence of digital technology and traditional art-making practices.


Based in New York City, his work often focuses on creating experiences through the interactions of transmitted and manipulated light with audience interactivity facilitated through digital technology and software. Hicks’ past endeavors range from interactive technology and video installations to hacking and repurposing an industrial robotic arm for a gallery installation.


His recent work involves large scale temporary public art installations shown in Washington D.C., Napa, California, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has created interactive installations for science and childrens museums in Santa Barbara, California, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma.