Myron Turner is a multi-media artist whose work combines photography, light-boxes, printmaking and computers. He has exhibited in galleries and artist-run centers throughout Canada, in the US, the U.K. and South America, and his digitally produced
woodblock prints have won several awards at Boston Printmakers North American Biennials.
Myron Turner has been working with the Internet since 1994. His work for the Web has been included in various on-line exhibitions and collections, including "data/reference/art" at no-org.net, the runme.org software art repository, the Rhizome artbase, RRF 2004---XP, Machinista 2003 / Artificial Intelligence and Art, and javamuseum.org. He has received New Media grants from the Banff Centre for the Arts, where he has participated as an invited panelist, and in 1994, he co-founded the Manitoba Visual Arts Network. His work can be accessed through his web site at www.room535.org/mt/.