Malcolm Levy is an artist, curator, writer and filmmaker living in Vancouver, Canada. Working primarily in experimental film, new media and documentary, his projects include co-founding Capital Magazine (1999-2005) and the New Forms Festival (1999-present), undertaking projects for CBC / 120seconds, Virtual Museum Canada, Project Stitch, and writing or curating for Mobile Muse, MUTEK, VIDFEST and Assignment Zero, among others. He was the Curator of CODE Live at the 2010 Winter Olympics, where he oversaw the installation of over 40 interactive media artworks and 8 performances across the city. Malcolm's most recent installation, A Place to Reflect, will premier at Nuit Blanche Toronto this fall.
Levy’s curatorial, film and video installation works have been presented in India, Australia, China, Germany and Canada. Feature length documentaries include Shambhala (2001-2008) and Walking on Glass (2006-2010). Current projects include pursuing an MA in Media Studies at the New School in New York, developing a media lab for the grunt gallery in Vancouver, working on a Satellite project for the Goethe Institut, and producing a series of commissioned artworks for urban screens in connection with Mcluhan in Europe 2011.