Arthur Clay has designed and implemented transdisciplinary events focusing on creatively connecting art, science, and technology within diverse cultural contexts in many parts of the world. As co-founder and artistic director of ETH Zurich, his activities include developing and platforming projects that pioneer new technologies including working with renowned institutes such as EPFL, ETH Zurich, University of the Arts, Zurich, Sogang University, Seoul National University, and for various private and government agencies and institutions including SAST, Create Center at NUS, A2Star, and more. He has been supported by governmental agencies, art councils, private foundations, and industry partners such as Presence Switzerland, Pro Helvetia, Swissnex China, Swissnex Singapore, Japan Foundation, the Canada Council, LG Electronics, etc. He is renowned as a versatile artist working in diverse genres and has been awarded prizes for performance art, media art, music theater, and composition. As an educator, he has taught at high-ranking institutes in diverse parts of the world. At present, he continues to perform at international venues, is Guest Professor at Sogang University of Seoul, South Korea, and directs the Virtuale Switzerland, a festival for invisible arts that promotes art using augmented, virtual, and mixed reality.
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