Philip Galanter is an artist, theorist, curator, and an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University conducting graduate studios in generative art and physical computing. Philip creates generative hardware systems, video and sound art installations, digital fine art prints, and light-box transparencies. His work has been shown in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, and Peru. Philip’s research includes the artistic exploration of complex systems, and the development of art theory bridging the cultures of science and the humanities. His writing has appeared in both art and science publications. Recent publications have focused on computational aesthetic evaluation and neuroaesthetics.