Steven Lam is interested in revealing how information becomes distributed, internalized, and performed. His practice is of glitches and reversals, re-enunciation, redubbing, recasting, and appropriation. He employs humor and a DIY sensibility to investigate contemporary issues dealing with institutional and media critique and the relationship of aesthetics with politics. Lam has exhibited at the Bronx Museum of Art, NY; Eyebeam, NY; LEF Embodied Technologies show at Art Interactive, Boston, MA; Silverlake Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA; Diverseworks, TX; The Windtunnel at Art Center College of Art and Design, CA.; Aljira: Center for Contemporary Art, NJ as well premiering video/choreographic work for various performance venues. He received his BA in Art History and Art from Trinity University, and a MFA from the University of California, Irvine.