Tom Richardson (b. 1990, Hastings, UK) is a British interdisciplinary artist and curator. Richardson holds a BFA in Film, Video & Integrated Media from Emily Carr University where he received the 2015 President’s Media Award for best installation. Recent solo exhibitions include The Bureau of True Vision, Spare Room, Vancouver (2016), and The Day After Bataclan, READ Books, Vancouver (2016). Recent group exhibitions include Flux Gallery, Aceartinc., Winnipeg (2015), Access Gallery, Vancouver (2014), and Super Art Modern Museum, NYC & online (2013). Richardson uses 3D computer graphics, video game engines, music, writing, and sculpture to create narrative vessels for the physical world. His works cover a diverse range of media from video installations to contained conceptual objects such as sculpture, photography, text, and painting. Via deadpan delivery and atypical association Richardson’s non-didactic use of research informs humorous, uncanny perspectives on contemporary technology, subjectivity, and conflict. Richardson lives and works in Vancouver, Canada.