Michael Luzadder is a multidisciplinary artist and researcher interested in bio-inspired design and the intersection of science and art. Through painting, sound and sculpture, his work explores connections between micro and macro scales, the rational and irrational and imagines new futures for art, ecosystems and interaction. 

Michael graduated from Lewis and Clark College in 2021 with majors in biology and studio art. He is currently working as a research assistant in the lab of Drs. Amanda McCullough and Stephen Lloyd at Oregon Health & Science University which studies DNA repair at the biochemical and cellular level.  

Michael has exhibited work at the Geodesic collective and the Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art.