David McDougall graduated from Queen’s University with a BFA and received his Masters from York University. He began his artistic career as a figurative sculptor, focusing on the intersection between traditional bronze sculpture and snapshot photography. His practice transformed through several formative collaborations, which now includes creating kinetic and electronic art and incorporating techniques of mesh molding and 3D printing. His current artistic practice investigates technological and environmental issues through sculpture. McDougall has exhibited throughout Ontario and has been an instructor and technician at the University of Ottawa over the past decade.
Course taught at DHSITE2018: 3D Selfie. Introduction to Digital Sculpture.