Gregg Dietzman (b.1958) is an emerging artist with an interest in music and sculpture. His projects explore the intersections between person, place, and time. He plays traditional music on a concertina arranged with ambient nature sounds, with a special emphasis on reverberant acoustic space. His sculpture has a maritime navigational influence, with plans for an immersive installation entitled Sound and Light Signals that incorporates sculpture, projected imagery and a soundtrack. Gregg lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest and is retired from a career in science. He spends a lot of time on the water.
Artist Support Program 2023: Sound and Light Signals