Stand-alone device that manages grains of rice. Electronics, rice.
Malcolm Levy is a multi-disciplinary artist and curator based in Toronto. His practice encompasses visual and video art, curation, design, writing, platforms, music and interactive art. Often these influences overlap on any specific project. Malcolm was the Director of the New Forms Festival from 2001 – 2016, and the Curator of CODE Live, the Digital Festival during the 2010 Olympics Games in Vancouver. He was the co-Artistic Director for the International Symposium of Electronic Art in 2015. Malcolm completed an MA in Media Studies at the New School of Media Studies, and teaches ‘Contemporary Practices in Installation Art’ at the Centre for Digital Media, a combined program from Emily Carr and SFU. His artistic practice focuses on abstract photography, video and further contemporary image making, and has shown his work internationally, selected exhibitions include Transfer Gallery (NYC), BAF (Vancouver), Supermarkt (Berlin), Next Wave (Melbourne) and ISEA (Sharjah). Most recently he was the Artist in Residence at Summit on Powder Mountain. Since 2017 he has been immersed in the creative app Generate, the music imprint Specials Worldwide, and further independent artworks and research surrounding the Other Frames digital video / photography project.
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