Born in Pictou, Nova Scotia 1951. Ian Murray is an electronic media and video installation artist who has worked with radio, records, audio tapes. perofrmance, and video since the early 1970s. He studied at the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design, Halifax. He has taught media arts at various post secondary institutions and acts as a media consultant to government and community groups. His video works are widely exibited internationally. Videography includes Come on Touch It (1979-83), Diet (1980), Who Can Help an Amateur with Her Delivery?(1978-79), Kids (1978), Interrogation (1978), Pigeons Intimidation #2 (1976), Hold Still (1975-78), Nova Boetia - Another World (1975-76), Slected Reading (1974-78), Keeping on Top of the Song (1970-73), Retreated Advanced (1970-73).
by . C Magazine, Spring 2008, no. 97.
by . C Magazine, Winter 2004, no. 80.
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by . Mirror Machine: Video and Identity, 1995.
Corpus Loquendi: body for speaking, 1994. Halifax: Dalhousie Art Gallery, 1994.
Corpus Loquendi/Body for Speaking: Body-Centred Video in Halifax 1972-1982, 1994. Halifax: Dalhousie Art Gallery, 1994.
by . From Sea to Shining Sea, 1986. Toronto: The Power Plant, 1986.
by . Canadian Video Art, 1985. S.N, 1985.
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by . Toronto: Litho Offset, 1984.
by . Video Guide, Mar. 1981, v. 3, no. 4.
by . Canadian Forum, May 1981, v. 61, no. 709.
by . Parachute, Fall 1980, no. 20.
by . The Globe and Mail, July 5, 1980.
by . International Video Art Symposium - Queen's University, Mar. 5, 1979.
by . artscanada, Oct. 1973, v. 30, no. 4.
by . Artnews.