Max Patté

British, b. 1985

At its core, Max Patté’s practice is an exploration of the infinite qualities of light and how it is expressed in the natural world manifested into physical works in the studio utilising the technologies he has at his fingertips. Advances in modern technologies are a constant source of inspiration to the production of Patté’s work. The latest developments in an array of computer programs, iPad apps, CNC Milling, digital scanning and 3D printing are all employed on a day to day basis in his studio.

Light, colour, tone, saturation, warmth all have a direct effect on our mood; changing our emotions as much as our environment. Through the use of colour and light Patté’s practice, which spans light works, painting and sculpture,  endeavours to emit the same effect. Patté aims to change the space in which the work is viewed and alter the viewers’ relationship to that space. In much the same way that our