Multi Sensory Approaches to Accessibility, Technology, and Art
Ways to make art and tech more accessible to us all.
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Austin Lubetkin is a software engineer and artist on the autism spectrum based out of Los Angeles, CA. Lubetkin represents artists with disabilities through organizations like Arts4All. He has a background in painting, and his introduction to art was through the lens of art therapy.
Austin has always seen color and emotion as one with his synesthesia and has brought that unique vision into his work through his color palette, which has become his signature. Austin’s mind moves faster than he could physically paint, so he moved towards digital mediums where he could create at the speed he could imagine. Austin specializes in AI technology as both an engineer and artist. He frequently works with a type of AI that can transfer the style of one piece to another, and transfers the style of his own paintings to the new digital pieces he creates. Because of his consistent AI enhanced style, Austin is able to create many small canvases that can come together to form one larger, cohesive piece or mural.
Find his art on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bocaaust/.