Chris Fry is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in London, UK. His practice has included working with mobile devices, code, bots and cross stitch. More recently it has explored drawing as a means of bridging between the analog and the digital.

In 2008 he completed a practice-led PhD at the Wimbledon School of Art entitled: ‘Perceiving Experience: accounting for the role of the audience in the construction of pervasive and locative artworks’.

He is currently the course leader for the BA Contemporary Media Practice and the MA Art and Emerging Technologies at the University of Westminster. He delivers practice and theory modules in areas including physical computing, creative coding, interactive media and new media theory.

Chad Eby creates work, by turns stark and whimsical, that explores humanity’s fraught relationship with made objects and technological processes.

Eby is a Lexington Kentucky-based multidisciplinary artist, designer, and educator working with light, sound, and code to engage with the grain of digital technologies.

Chad’s work has been shown at the Tekniska Museet in Stockholm, Generative Art XXII in Rome, New Media Fest in Valencia, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, TAG at the University of Western Florida, the Columbia College Center for Book and Paper, the Studio 300 Biennale at Transylvania University, and various local venues across the United States.

Contact email: submissions@lexiconia.art