PhD, MFA (UBC)
Kevin T. Day is a Taiwanese-Canadian media artist and theorist. His practice and research, encompassing sound, video, graph, web, and interactive installations, examine contemporary art’s critical capacity in response to the current socio-political issues of digital culture. He has exhibited at venues such as the Vancouver Art Gallery (Vancouver), Center for Creative Media (Hong Kong), Qubit (New York), and University of Hamburg (Hamburg), and presented his research through the top international platforms for art and technology such as SIGGRAPH, ISEA, and Leonardo. His work had been generously funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and SSHRC. Currently, he teaches digital art in the UBC Bachelor of Media Studies program and the politics of algorithmic and information systems at the UBC School of Information.