Rex Bruce is the founder and director of Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. He founded the digital program at Artists Television Access in San Francisco for which he curated exhibits and created curriculum. He received his masters from San Francisco State University in Interdisciplinary Art where he also taught and developed curriculum for many years. Known for having organized hundreds of exhibits, performances, musical events, guerrilla happenings, and screenings, Rex Bruce has been active in computer related arts since the early 1980’s.
He emerged as a significant organizer in burgeoning downtown Los Angeles as well as becoming a leader in the growing international scene revolving around art and technology. In parallel with his career as an organizer he also has a long history of creative projects including his work with modular synthesizers, interdisciplinary electronic performance, video, digital imaging and wide format prints.
Rex Bruce has been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Laznia Center for Contemporary Art (Poland), Guggenheim Gallery (Chapman University), California Museum of Photography (U.C. Riverside), New Media Center Santa Ana, Found Gallery, Start SOMA San Francisco, Center for Political Graphics (L.A.), Niche.LA Video Art, Silver Lake Film Festival, Downtown Film Festival–Los Angeles, Artists Television Access, A.R.E. Gallery, No Nothing Cinema, LHASA Club, Anticlub, Club DNA, Club 9, DV8, I-Beam, MoCA, Create:Fixate, photoLA, photoSF, Red Dot Miami, The Broad, Museums and the Web, SIGGRAPH, Pulse L.A., OCCCA (Orange County Center for Contemporary Art), JTAG Gallery (Joshua Tree) and L.A. Center for Digital Art.