David McDougall graduated from Queen’s University with a BFA and received his MFA from York University in 2008. Beginning his career as a figurative sculptor, McDougall focused on the intersection between traditional bronze sculpture and snapshot photography. As a result of several formative collaborations, he broadened his artistic practice to include kinetic and electronic art as well as new media. Presently, McDougall explores aesthetic issues related to technology and the environment.
David McDougall has exhibited his work throughout Ontario, Canada and is currently an instructor and sculpture technician in the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Ottawa.