Skot deeming is an interdisciplinary artist, curator and scholar, whose work spans the spectrum of new media practice from broadcast media to computational art, experimental videogames, and game art. Drawing on a wealth of practical experience and theoretical knowledge, Skot’s work focuses on new media history and historiography, curatorial studies, and DIY technology cultures. 
     Skot is the founder and co-curator of Vector Festival, in Toronto, Canada, and in 2014, was awarded the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s Joseph Armand Bombardier Canadian Graduate Scholarship for his doctoral research in the Individualized Program at Concordia University. He is a researcher affiliated with the mLab, the TAG Research Centre, and the Milieux Institute, where he investigates the intersections between vernacular and art-world technology cultures.