Markos Kay (UK/CY, née Christodoulou) is a disabled multidisciplinary artist and director with a focus in art & science, digital abstraction and generative art. He is best known for his video art experiment aDiatomea (2008), exhibited at Ernst Haeckel's Phyletic Museum, the visualisation of physical supervenience The Flow (2011) and Quantum Fluctuations (2016), a visual interpretation of particle collisions. His work can be described as an ongoing investigation of the informational paradigm in science and contemporary culture through the use of computationally generative methods such as simulations. Kay studied Communication Design at University of the Creative Arts, and at Central St. Martins, London before completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching Art & Design at the University of the Arts London. His art and design practice ranges from screen-based media, moving image, painting and print and has been featured internationally in places such as ArtScience Museum Singapore, Ars Electronica, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Museum of Contemporary Digital Art and the Gates Foundation Washington. His work has been widely published in art & design and science outlets such as VICE, Wired, Designboom, National Geographic, Science, Nature, Computer Arts and Gizmodo.


2017 Polymers & Art Louisiana Art & Science Museum, US
2017 Digital Decade 5 Ugly Duck, London, UK
2016 Bio-Art Bordeaux, FR
2016 Spectrum Abu Dhabi, AE
2013 Urban Art Meets Local Heroes Munich, DE
2012 Refraction Kopparberg Unestablishment, London, GB
2010 Fly vs Viruses Wallace Space, London, GB
2009 aDiatomea Phyletic Museum, Berlin, DE

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