Simone Alexandrino & Daksh Sahni

Daksh Sahni- Daksh Sahni was born in New Delhi, India and has lived in Los Angeles, California for the past 13 years. He graduated from the Sushant School of Art and Architecture, New Delhi, India with a degree in Architecture (Bachelor of Architecture) and earned his graduate degree in Architecture (Master in Architecture) with a focus on design computation from the University of California, Los Angeles.

A majority of his earlier work experience has been in the interactive entertainment industry, where he worked on some of the world’s greatest selling entertainment franchises like Spiderman and Call of Duty. This experience afforded the ability to

This currently project with Simone finds him working on an experimental art show which applies his vast experience in design and new media, to explore the aesthetic potential of 3d printed installation, architecture and design, augmented reality and additive manufacturing. 

Simone AlexandrinoSimone Alexandrino was born and raised in Brazil. Her fascination with communication and creative expression led her to earn a degree in Communication from the University of Uberaba, Brazil and her Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica and studies at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

Simone’s artwork is a series of compositions created to reflect and express the parts of the self that are invisible. Each piece is a complex sum of intricate lines and patterns that mirror the integration of inner and outer worlds. For Simone, creating these art works represents the integration of the many aspects of her consciousness into a transformative beauty and cohesive whole. 

Simone’s primary medium is ink on paper. Her hand drawn lines and patterns multiply possibilities, embody feelings and connect her to the present moment, which is a source of endless inspiration for her. Almost all her work begins without any framework -­‐ she lets her lines freely express her authentic self by letting the energy flow freely through her and on to the paper surface. Her meditative, unplanned and organic technique takes her work into unexpected directions resulting in abstract drawings, a physically realized version of the stream of consciousness.