Nicolas Sassoon employs early computer imaging techniques to render architectures, landscapes, and natural forces. Sassoon’s practice translates ideas of materiality and immateriality into digital animations, installations, prints, and sculptures. His work explores the contemplative and projective dimensions of screen-based space, and how the digital image can express dimensions of the physical realm. Sassoon is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He is a founder of the projects WALLPAPERS and SIGNALS.