Ken Gregory

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Ken Gregory is a Canadian artist, who works with DIY interface design, hardware hacking, audio, video, and computer programming. He is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Gregory's work has been exhibited internationally in media art and sound art festivals. By using cut-and-paste techniques, random juxtapositions, and careful manipulations, he crafts electronic art works. His works most often take the form of gallery installations, live performances, live radio broadcasts, custom computer software and audio compact discs. Gregory's 12 Motor Bells has been on display at the Dalhousie Art Centre, [1] and purchased by the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Canada, for Contemporary Art Collection.[2] His work has also been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.[3]

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