xREZ alumni, Gussan Jalil, generated unique artwork by experimenting with the combination of electricity and photographic media to create a collection of art pieces using static electricity on different types of light sensitive film. Also experimenting with 3D printing, he designed a prototype for a camera lens cleansing cap using FormLabs 3D printing materials in the interdisciplinary research studio course lead by xREZ director, Prof. Ruth West.


While working with in the lab, Gus combined his knowledge of photography with interest in electricity by studying the effects of electricity over film

Gus graduated from UNT with his BFA in photography and is now a visual artist in the DFW area. He works as a professional photographer for a variety of companies, and creates freelance illustrations and photography. His work is on Vimeo and on his website.


xREZ Art + Science Lab

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xREZ Art+Science lab forges productive paths that harness the unique creative forces found only at the intersection of the arts, sciences and humanities to open new portals of imagination, knowledge and communication.Our goal: alter the landscape of human endeavor to create transformative impact on our world and our future.

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