Alison Chung-Yan
Since 2002
Works in Ottawa Canada

BIO
Alison Chung-Yan (http://www.alisonchungyan.com) is a media artist and composer based in Ottawa, Canada.

From videos and soundscapes to net art and interactive installations, her works have exhibited at: Images Festival (Toronto), Leonardo's Global Crossings(USA), Java Museum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art (Germany), La Casa Encendida (Spain), Island Art Film and Video Festival (UK), and the 2004 Biennale of Electronic Art (Australia).

Classically trained in piano performance, Alison also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, a Diploma in Sonic Design from Carleton University and is an alumnus of the Canadian Screen Training Centre's Summer Institute for Film & Television.

A member of CARFAC, SOCAN and the Guild of Canadian Film Composers, she has also served as a sessional lecturer on the Faculty of Music at Carleton University where she instructed courses in Computer Music.

She is the founder of Sonic Scape Productions (http://www.sonicscape.ca), an experimental media studio that seeks innovative approaches to the fusion of art, music and technology. Her work in the creation of interactive sound and video installations has been awarded grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and the Corel Endowment Fund for the Arts in Ottawa.