Brad Todd

Brad Todd is an artist whose works span a variety of fields, including the physical artifacts and traces which emerge from underlying processes. Audio experimentation appears as an important influence in his works - often coupled with filmic referents and responsive or reactive systems. In past projects he has also incorporated telematics and networked/augmented objects and spaces to evoke questions of memory, time and the influence of technology on individual, social and political bodies. Having received an MFA. from Concordia University (Montréal) in 1993, he has exhibited his works in galleries and media festivals in North America, South and Central America, Asia and Europe, and has received numerous grants and awards. Presently, he is an instructor in the Design and Computation Arts program at Concordia University in Montréal.

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