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Kyle McDONALD is an LA-based multidisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator whose work explores the intersection of technology and humanity. He crafts interactive and immersive audiovisual installations, performances, and new tools for creative exploration—building new communities and collaborations along the way. He uses techniques from computer vision, machine learning, and computing to ask questions about how we connect—and to imagine a shared future.

Kyle has received grants and commissions from the IDFA DocLab, LACMA, NEA, Schirn Kunsthalle, STRP Festival, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM], and more. His presents, leads workshops, and exhibits his work internationally at Ars Electronica, APAP, Art Center Nabi, Art Rock Festival, Alien Arts Center, Cornell, Day for Night, HeK, Hong Kong Arts Center, LLUM, Microwave, MU, NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], Onassis Cultural Center, Science Gallery, Sónar, TodaysArt, and many others.

Kyle also works as a technical and creative director through his studio IYOIYO. He consults on machine learning with a speciality in sound and music for companies like Google and Spotify, and for other artists including Chris MILK, Eduardo KAC, Es DEVLIN, Joanie LEMERCIER, Wafaa BILAL, and others.



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