Aaron Dysart is a sculptor who is interested in using colorful spectacle to give hidden stories a broader audience. His environmental interventions showcase his love of light shows, fog machines and data, while his objects showcase his love of a material’s ability to carry content. He has shown nationally and partnered with organizations including the National Park Service, Army Corp of Engineers and Woodwell Climate Research Center. His work has been in publications such as Art in America, Hyperallergic and Berlin Art Link. Dysart is currently St. Paul’s Artist in Residence and operates his studio practice in Minneapolis.