Upcoming Exhibitions   

Hybrid Art Fair – Hotel Petite Palace Santa Barbara – March 1-3rd 2019 - Madrid, Spain     

May the Force – Sp[a]ce Gallery – May 2019 – Los Angeles, USA  

Solo Exhibition   

Anybody's Ascension - Hunt Club- Nov 2016- Dec 2016 - Toronto, ON   

Select Group Exhibitions  

2nd Annual Women Artists Quarterly Art Competition - Fusion Art- January - April 2019 – Online   

Spatial Reality - Sp[a]ce Gallery – October 2018 – Los Angeles, USA       

New View VR Exhibition 2018 – Gallay X by Parco – September 2018 - Tokyo, Japan   

Treaty 7 Collective – Arts Commons – June – August 2018 – Calgary, AB   

High Noon, Kanye Anthology – 99 Sudbury – December 17, 2017 – Toronto, ON   

V/ART app – Algorythms VR Edition – Ongoing/launched November 13, 2017 – Online   

Walker Court: Digital Age - AGO - April 2017- Toronto, ON   

Yorkville Village Arts Festival - Nov 4- Nov 8- Toronto, ON     

Other World's - Lieutenant Governor General's Suite- Sept 27- Dec 20- Toronto, ON   

Terraforming- Trinity Square Video- July 6- August 17- Toronto, ON  

It's Not U It's Me - Power Plant- August 20th- Toronto, ON  

Luminato Festival- Pre-Science- The Hearn- June 10, 2016 - Toronto, ON   

Toronto Images Festival- Vulgar Era, Xpace Cultural Centre- March 18, 2016- Toronto, ON   

Ryan Gander: LAX- Ada Slaight Gallery- February 07, 2016- Toronto, ON   

Select Screenings   

Graduate Screening VES241: New Media Theory - Harvard University Oct 27, 2017 – Cambridge, MA    

Bunker2 Fundraiser– Brand Scape – September 19, 2017- Toronto, ON   

Alley Party - Katzman Contemporary - July 21, 2017- Toronto, ON   

Present Rituals - Kazoo Fest- March- April 2017- Guelph, ON    

Looking Glass Digital - Electric Objects - Jan 17, 2017 - Online   

VOLUME 1 - OnlyOne Gallery - Jan 30, 2017 - Toronto, ON   

BRB - 811- May 28, 2016- Toronto, ON  

Augmented Cinema- The Royal- May 11, 2016- Toronto, ON   

Next Exit Film Festival- Cine Cycle- April 28, 2016- Toronto, ON   

Video Fever- Trinity Square Video-January 11, 2016- Toronto, ON   


Trudy Erin Elmore “Skull Flowers.” WOTISART? Issue 23, February 2019

Trudy Erin Elmore “Skull Flowers.” Average Art Issue 31, February 2019

Trudy Erin Elmore “Skull Flowers.” A5 Portfolio #23, February 2019

Speaking Engagements    

Advanced Software Aesthetics, VRTO, Toronto ON, June 2018   

Hybrid Digital Art: The Genesis, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, April 2018   

Full Blast, St. James College, Canadian Art, Toronto ON, November 2017    

Capstone(rs), OCAD University, Toronto ON, September 2016   

Awards and Scholarships   

Emerging Digital Artist Award (EDAA)- 2016   

Governor General Award for Academic Achievements - 2016   

DPXA Award- 2016   


Art of XR Featured in Prestigious Gallery Exhibition, Charlie Fink, Forbes, October 12, 2018  

Our Collective Nervous System, Lauren Fournier, Canadian Art, November 7, 2018    

The Future of XR Is Now, Tanja M. Laden, LA Weekly, October 10, 2018    

Venturing into the Virtual World, Chris Hampton, The Globe and Mail, November 23, 2017     

At AGO Massive 2017, Best of Toronto, May 9, 2017    

CBC Exhibitionist in Residence, CBC, Aired on public television, April 28 & 30th 2017   

Front Row Magazine, Art Core (episode 3) web series interview, April 4, 2017   

Trudy Elmore, interview with Chris Hampton for CBC ARTS,  April 25, 2017  

Emerging Digital Artist Award Winner Spread, Canadian Art, Winter 2017  

Interview with Lexiquette - July 2016    

Post-Secondary Education   

Bachelor’s degree from OCAD University, majoring in Drawing and Painting with a specialization in DPXA (Digital Painting and Expanded Animation) September 2012 – April 2016. Trudy graduated with honours and as Valedictorian from OCADU.




Interested in mythology and technology, Trudy Elmore is best known for translating the dramatic narrative and theatrical posturing of classical painting into the digital realm. Based in animation, installation and print, her practice explores issues of impermanence and technological evolution.  Her methods characteristically involve advanced 3d rendering techniques of humanoid forms. Elmore says, “with the rise of archetypal figures like the cyborg and A.I. we are being forced to question the ontological gap between nature and technology.” She finds this intersection of spirituality and technology most fascinating.