Myles Borins is a visual artist working, consulting, teaching, and studying in Toronto, Ontario.
His work has been seen on the pixel board of Roy Thompson Hall during the “New Creations Festival”, at Interaccess Electronic Media Arts Center during the “Handmade Music Festival” and most recently at OCAD University during the Graduate Exhibition. He has also installed at a variety of parties around the city, engaging attendees with interactive marvels.
He is involved in two research grants with “OCAD University”. Programming l.e.d. light arrays with the arduino for the “Haptic Holography Project”, and hacking the kinect for the “Mobile Experience Lab”.
Myles has also been known to teach. Working as a T.A. for “OCAD University” he led a weekly lab teaching Max/MSP. He has also taught workshops on Max/MSP at Interaccess Electronic Media Arts Center, and a workshop on Ableton Live at the “Santa Fe Complex”
Occasionally he can be caught performing music in such cities as Toronto, New York, and Santa Fe.
His hobbies include Max/MSP/Jitter, Ableton, Physical Computing, Musimathics, hardware hacking, DIY, Artificial Intelligence, Bash, Linux and Electricity.
When he grows up he wants to be an inventor.