Aron Mathe is a Hungarian contemporary artist. His work uniquely combines traditional methods of art such as oil painting and silicon casting with data driven 3-D software. His work has been deeply influenced by bio-technology, Space exploration and post-humanism, which aims to add a new perspective on the current critical debates that surround the future of society. In his most recent publication the 'New Horizon’, he has analysed how art practices have the potential to unlock new fields of bio-technology and the possibilities of further Space exploration.
Mathe has participated in several internationally recognised residency programs such as the DLR EDEN ISS mission and the Mason Lab's study on the DSUP gene. Mathe's work has been internationally recognised and shortlisted for the sixth Moscow International Biennale for Young Art and he has also featured in exhibitions across the globe most notably at the Geumgang Art Biennale in South Korea and the Digital Media Collective’s show at Tate Modern in London.