The present focus of my artistic practice is with remote events and how they may be elaborated to comment on enduring questions of the human condition. Often these are subtle events which would normally go unseen, or are not easily perceived. This process may be likened to a kind of amplification that permits a rare or cogent view, and in its use of technologies, permits these traffics of kinds to be made present in small machines which remember remote events.

David Floren received a Master of Fine Arts from Concordia University in Montreal in 2003. He is a sessional instructor and current artist in residence at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. His artistic practice in digital media and photography over the past five years has led to the solo exhibitions Phonomono (2001), Tick and Scion/Sillon (2002) in Montreal, the group exhibitions La Nuit Tombée (2002 Grenoble), Send and Receive (2002 Winnipeg) and Répliques (2003 Algiers).