Seaman's artworks often investigate a media-oriented poetics through various technological means — Recombinant Poetics.Such works often explore the combination and recombination of media elements and processes in interactive and generativeworks of art. Seaman enfolds image/music/text relations in these works, often creating all of the media elements andarticulating the operative media-processes involved. He is self-taught as a musician/composer. More recently Seaman hasalso been exploring the creation of a transdisciplinary search engine related to Neosentience— the future of AI andRobotics, called The Insight Engine. This work is a mixture of conceptual art and science — Recombinant Informatics.
Grants and Awards
2018 - The Oper& with John Supko, directed by Jim Findlay, Experimental Opera, The Rubenstein Black Box Theatrer, Durham, NC. Made possible, in part, with support from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation & the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts at Duke University.
2013 - Bass Connections, Duke University
2012 - Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, Duke University
2009 - Council for the Arts, Major Collaboration Grant, Duke University
LWexner Museum - Video Artist Residency
2009 - Wexner Museum - Video Artist Residency
2005 - Video Production Grant - Avid / Boston Cyberarts
2005 - Large Format Photographic Signs - Castle Graphics / Boston Cyberarts
2003 - Rockefeller Grant Nominee
2003 - Wexner - Video Artist Residency
2003 - Artslink Travel Grant
2003 - Leonardo Award for Excellence, for “OULIPO | vs | Recombinant Poetics”,
2003 - Leonardo Digital Salon, 34:5 Edited by Christiane Paul