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Eric Chan (陳詩亮), professionally known as EEPMON, stands as a digital pioneer, generative artist, coder, and design consultant, embodying a digital-first approach in his work. His influence extends across multinational brands and institutions, including Canada Goose, Marvel, Microsoft, the PEANUTS comics, and the Canada Science and Technology Museum, leaving an indelible mark on the global creative landscape.

A testament to his leadership in the field, EEPMON represented Canada during the inaugural Minister-led Creative Industries Trade Mission to China in 2018. His dedication to shaping cultural and community discourse was further evident through key roles as Director and later Senior Vice President on the Canadian Museums Association‘s Board from 2017 to 2021.

Notable for his digital artwork “Chaos Bloom,” part of the Canada Council Art Bank collection, EEPMON is an advocate for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and the intersection of art and entrepreneurship where he uses data to create intricate and innovative works of art.

Beyond borders, EEPMON’s influence extends internationally. His delegation in Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy for the Team Canada Trade Mission to Japan 2023 resulted in successful B2Bs, including artist representation. Additionally, a TEDx performing artist, captivating keynote speaking engagements and pioneering forays into Web3 and NFT creations showcase his commitment to pushing artistic boundaries.

Officially recognized as a 2023 Library and Archives Canada Scholar Awards laureate by the Government of Canada, EEPMON stands as a visionary artist in the Digital Age. His multifaceted contributions continue to shape the creative landscape, seamlessly merging technology and the arts within his communities.

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