Sebastian Walter is an artist and scientist based in Berlin, Germany.
After graduation in liberal arts and biology, he first investigated the neuropsychology of colour perception at New York University NYC (USA) and the Universities of Magdeburg and Giessen (Germany). He currently works at the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) in Berlin on human-animal relations with a focus on insects and the visualisation of past landscapes. Results of his artistic and scientific research were internationally presented in exhibitions and published in books and journals, among them Journal of Vision and Nature Neuroscience. Sebastian’s special interest in relationships between humans and bees in India developed during a Goethe-Institute residency in Axel’s lab at NCBS (https://www.goethe.de/ins/in/en/sta/ban/ueb/bar/smw.html).