Morgan Rauscher The Hexagram Institute at Concordia University
Morgan Rauscher is an interactive and immersive media artist and educator specializing in creative electronic artworks. Morgan’s award winning artworks have been featured in gallery and museum shows across Canada, the United States and Europe. His research explorations involve the physic-cognitive and physiological human experiences bridging humans and machines. Morgan is currently a special individualized PhD student at Concordia University (Hexagram Institute), Montreal, QC. and received his Masters of Applied Media Arts in 2010 from Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC.
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