Marcus A. Gordon is a visual artist whose practice involves the use of photography, holography, and sculptural elements to disrupt physical space. He explores the relationship between light and form in architecture to produce aesthetic experiences that induce the occurrence of discovery.  

Marcus completed his MFA in Digital Futures at OCAD University in 2017.



2017    MFA, Digital Futures, OCAD University, Toronto


2017    Sites of Reconstruction Exhibit, Latimer's Box, Ignite Gallery, Toronto

2017    MFA Thesis Exhibition, Habitat 44º, OCAD University Black Box Lab, Toronto

2016    Holomentis, OCAD University Main Lobby, Toronto

2016    Signals, Artscape Gilbraltar Point, Toronto Island

2016    Spectrality, OCAD University, Toronto

2015    Ruby, OCAD University Graduate Gallery, Toronto

2014    5 Stages of Sleep, Portrait of Your Mind Gallery, Toronto

2013    T.O. Skyline Project, Insomnia Lounge, Toronto


2017    Make Change ConferenceHabitat 44º Thesis Talk, Design Exchange, Toronto

2017    Art for Tomorrow Panel Discussion, Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM), William Doo Auditorium, University of Toronto


2017    MFA Thesis, Habitat 44º - The Art of Reconstruction, Marcus A. Gordon, OCAD University, Toronto

2017    Analyzing Student Travel Patterns With Augmented Data Visualizations. In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference Companion Publication on Designing Interactive Systems 2017 Jun 10 (pp. 172-176). ACM.

2016    Creative techniques handbook 2015, Digital Futures, OCAD University.

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