Alek Grguric has been producing interactive digital media in Toronto, Ontario, CANADA for over 20 years. His stimulating, educational, and imaginative projects have captivated audiences at the 1992 Universal Expo in Sevilla Spain, the National Archives of Canada, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canada Science and Technology Museum, Ottawa’s Capital Infocentre, and Toronto’s Nuit Blanche 2010.
Alek is exploring methods and techniques to coalesce digital media, interactivity, and emerging technologies into the media arts. He works in both the virtual and physical realm, often combining varying media types, design, logic, mathematics, and programming in order to execute the final presentation which can be static, dynamic, or interactive.

Although Alek’s themes and subjects are varied, his central motivation is to constructively utilize technology in the presentation of a divergent perspective on the physical world, be it to expose or to enlighten.