Artist Statement

In the age of computerization, machine-human collaboration can unlock the full potential of our societies and future generations. It is in this way that artistic works with technologies create a deeper level of engagement and unique conversations beyond the vestige of traditional art experiences.

artist standing in front of work in studio


G. Scott Queen is an emerging research and conceptual artist who takes a technologist approach to creating physical and virtual works of art, engaging with new media and observer interaction for expressive purposes. His installations leverage generative and cybernetic programming, AI, custom computers, extended reality (AR, VR, Omniverse), interactive audio, video, and lighting.

    Honors and Public Arts Awards

  • Rail Trail Lights Award, Public works displayed in uptown Charlotte, NC, 2023
  • Pedestrian Public Art Award, Public works placed in the heart of Wilmington, NC, 2012

Brief description of work and process.

Queen's work intentionally breaks away from traditional art making tools as a means of interrupting the commonality of historical work and provides a new perspective for public interaction. With each installation, there is an inventory of effects derived from the collection of theoretical research and writings, environmental data, open source machine intelligence, and direct human touch. These ephemeral streams of data coalesce to create transformative physical and virtual works using new media techniques.

    Research Interests

  • Philosophy of Ethics and Aesthetics
  • Technology
  • Cybernetics
  • Artificial Synesthesia
  • Generative Works
  • Brain Network Interfaces
  • 3D Printing
  • Extended Reality (AR, VR, Omniverse)


  • V-Art, Flux Galleries, Group Exhibition, 2023
  • Rail Trail Lights presented by US Bank, Public Exhibition, US Bank Center City Partners, 2023
  • Nature & Technology, Honorable Mention, Virtual Exhibition, Visionary Art Collective, 2022
  • Augmented Reality, Charlotte Art League, Group Exhibition, 2022
  • No Boundaries International Art Colony, Resident Exhibition, 2013
  • NODA Studio Tours, North Davidson Art Association, 2013
  • No Boundaries International Art Colony, Resident Exhibition, 2012
  • State of the Art, Cameron Museum of Art, Group Exhibition, 2012
  • Pedestrian Public Art Exhibition, City of Wilmington, 2012
  • Undergraduate Exhibition, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2012
  • Larger than Life, Thrive Studios, 2011
  • Define Surrealism, Thrive Studios, 2011
  • Miniatures Show, Thrive Studios, 2011
  • Live Painting, Multiple Installations, 2011-2012
  • Electro Sensory Stimulus (ESS) Multimedia Installation, Multiple installations, 2011-2012
  • No Boundaries International Art Colony, Resident Exhibition, 2011
  • Student Art Exhibition, Cape Fear Community College, First Place Painting, 2010


  • Post-Bachelor's Studies, MicroMaster - Integrated Digital Media, New York University, Current
  • Post-Bachelor's Studies, Aesthetics and Applied Ethics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2014
  • Bachelor's, Studio Art and Design, University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2012


  • AR/VR Development and 3D graphics, New York University Tandon School of Engineering, 2022-Current
  • Creative Code, New York University, 2022
  • SCRUM Master, Scrum Alliance, 2016
  • Project Management Professional (PMP), TIA, 2016
  • Project Management Certification, Wake Forest University, 2015
  • Business Essentials Certification, Wake Forest University, 2015
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