Colin Goldberg’s paintings, works on paper, and mixed-media artworks explore the intersection of abstraction and technology. Colin coined the term ‘Techspressionism’ to describe his work and artistic practice. He defines Techspressionism as “an artistic style in which technology is utilized as a means to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world." Colin was born in the Bronx to parents of Jewish and Japanese ancestry, both chemists by training. He grew up on the East End of Long Island, graduating from Southampton High School in 1990. Colin is a recipient of grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and The New York State Council on the Arts. His technology-fueled works have been featured in WIRED and The New York Times and reside in the permanent collections of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, Stony Brook University Hospital, and the Islip Art Museum.