Michael Wyshock is an artist interested in multidimensional color systems to better understand space. He uses fractal studies found in sound, video and painting to inform compositions with patterns. Part of Wyshock’s studio practice is a range of collaborative projects with musicians, poets, scientists and other artists.  Wyshock’s artwork has been supported with a Pollock Krasner Award, Ringling Tower Award, Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship, 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.