|Born||1977 (age 43–44)|
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Malcolm Levy (born 1977) is a Canadian artist who works in a variety of media, including photography, interactive art, public art interventions, installation, video art, net.art and printmaking. He is founder of the New Forms festival  and software development company Generate.
Malcolm Levy's well-known "other-frames" abstract prints and video art are "reminiscent of glitch art." These are produced through rapid movements while capturing video with a DSLR camera, and the artist's jerky expressions here "overload the sensor." The image-based abstractions of movement and space are then amplified through various digital technologies - code, non-linear video editing, PhotoShop, and more. According artist and theorist Nathaniel Stern, Levy's works challenge both the consumer-based and utilitarian understandings we have of everyday technologies, and also their material nature.
- Cole-Burnett, Sarah (2013). THE PROOF – MALCOLM LEVY, . Retrieved on 2019-02-15
- Editor (2016). A survey of Great Dance Music is Coming Out of Vancouver, . Retrieved on 2019-02-15
- Stern, Nathaniel (2018). Ecological Aesthetics: artful tactics for humans, nature, and politics, New England: Dartmouth College Press. ISBN: 978-1512602913.
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