Diedre Brown is a Brooklyn-based artist working at the intersection of visual art, storytelling, science, and the environment. Through a series of ‘experiments', Diedre challenges theories of tensegrity, cellular metabolism, and patterns of accretion and decay. Incorporating elements of textiles, printmaking, photography, and material science, she uses her research to craft spatial objects that assume the world and its constructs to be parts of a living organism. As a system of intertwined living and non-living parts, Diedre’s art is an object/organism whose purpose is to be a device of both analysis and artful manufacture. Often, Diedre’s work envisions a future bio-based world where these objects, generative ecosystems, and materials attuned to cycles life work to perpetuate resiliency.