Logic&Form (L&F) is an emerging group of Media Artists and Interaction Designers from Canada – Travis Kirton, Jake Lim and James Cochrane. Their works come to life in the convergent spaces between culture and technology where art and design play a significant role in uncovering hidden meaning and beauty. Combined with a focus on producing cutting-edge physical and visual forms, they apply creative-scientific methodologies that lead them to question the fundamental ideas that shape the mechanisms of our everyday perceptions.
L&F and its members have been recognized through numerous grants and awards, such as the Interactive Media and Experimental Development funds by Creative BC and Canada Media Fund (respectively), Graphis Platinum and Gold awards for visual design, features in both Communication Arts and Applied Arts magazines, artist residency at Kitchen Budapest and an extended research fellowship at the Banff Centre for the Performing Arts. Their works have been exhibited at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (Toronto), Museums Quartier (Vienna), Amber Festival (Istanbul), The Banff Centre (Canada), Santral Istanbul (Turkey).
L&F have supported creativity and education in media arts by furthering the exploration of the frontiers of twenty-first century creativity through partnership with Holo magazine and by sponsoring the development C4, an open-source creative coding framework for building artworks, designing interfaces and exploring new possibilities in media arts and interactive experiences.