Steve Durie is an artist, lecturer, digital media producer and designer. He has worked on numerous individual and collaborative projects involving digital media, installation, web art, music and performance, which has been applied to traditional art and academic environments as well as business and commercial venues.
Mr. Durie is one of the founding members of C5 Corporation, an art/business hybrid cartel focused on theoretical models of information technology and data visualization. C5 projects, performances and publications have shown internationally in numerous exhibitions including: Siggraph, the Walker Art Center, San José Museum of Art, Ars Electronica, Stanford University Museum and Museo Nationale de Bella Arte.
Steve has also worked in collaboration with public artists like Mel Chin, Ann Chamberlain, and Buster Simpson. His digital media design work includes the SJSU/Public Library building in San José, and the California Superior Court House in San Francisco. As a digital media producer, lecturer and consultant Steve has worked for many small and large businesses. This includes kiosk and exhibition design, industrial video, software & courseware.