Carl Skelton, born in Toronto in 1961, now lives and works in New York City. In his spare time, he's the founding director of the Brooklyn Experimental Media Center (BxmC), and the Integrated Digital Media programs of NYU's Polytechnic Insitute. Skelton’s current BxmC initiatives include partnerships with people and organizations as diverse as the Municipal Art Society of New York City and the M2C Institut für angewandte Medienforschung, Bremen (Betaville), the Music Technology program at NYU Steinhardt (Emotive Association project), and Microsoft Research (Games for Learning Insitute). Keep an eye out for upcoming public media installations in New York, and a book project with Luke DuBois.  Skelton holds a Master of Visual Arts, University of Alberta (1986) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Queen's University 1982.

Carl Skelton
Music of the Foolish Spheres
, 1990