When I saw Hayden Zezula’s project, I was completely mesmerized and at the mean time touched by its visceral use of repetitive elements — human body parts, graphic 3D waves, etc. Similar to what the original post said, I think it’s particularly relevant to some of the physics features we are currently learning in class — law of attraction, gravity, etc., and I think it would be interesting to do some research on the technical motions. Also, its choice of colors and dimensionality is also something to learn more about.
Another topic that I related to this artist is the boundary between commercial and conceptual artworks. After seeing his collaboration with lots of big-name commercial brands, as well as exposing himself on Instagram and GIF pop-culture websites, it may be hard for many to categorize him as a traditional artist, but I think his creativity is unparalleled to others, and that he is a concrete evidence of further interdisciplinary blend between technology and art.
You can view more of his works here: https://www.instagram.com/zolloc/