Paul Carlo Esposito is an artist, designer, scientist and educator living in Los Angeles.
His practice extends from his philosophical interests in materialism and realism to his embodied encounters with water, geology and the lifeforms that rely on both. He aims to chip away at anthropocentrism through works that dissolve the boundaries between the normative human individual self and the natural environment. In deconstructing what is human and what is natural through art making, Paul intends to confront the dehumanization inherent in colonialism, homophobia, and sexism.
Paul is currently a lecturer at the University of California Los Angeles and a freelance fabricator for art, tech and television. He has an MFA from the UCLA and an MS in Environmental Science from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.