Ian Gwilt is a Digital Artist, a lecturer in Visual Communications at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia, and an adjunct Fellow in Computer Graphic Design at Waikato University, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, New Zealand. With an MA in Interactive Multimedia, conferred by the University of Balears (UIB) Spain, and the Royal College of Art (RCA) London; he was the recipient of the Adobe Innovative Interface design award at the RCA, Circuit show in 1995. Gwilt has shown interactive art installations and digital print work at a number of international new media events and galleries including, the Transmediale Berlin film festival, Siggraph, Mila, IV02 and ARCADEIII.
He was a member of the Siggraph Art Gallery sub-committee in New Orleans in 2000 and a judge for the art-site submissions for Siggraph 'Nspace' Gallery 2001 in LA. In 2003 he was a co-organising chair for GRAPHITE 2003 the International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia. He is a Ph.D. candidate at the College of Fine arts, University of New South Wales - examining potentials for mixed reality artworks, theory and practice.