Faith Moosang is a multimedia artist, curator, writer and researcher who lives and works in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Her work centres around inquiry into and integration of multimedia imagery, digital interactivity and archives. She works as a project-based researcher for Canadian artist Stan Douglas, most recently for his work currently showcased at the Venice Biennale. She also works with PUBLIC, an integrated design studio based in Vancouver. Projects for them have included research, interpretive planning, and the curation of two major collections for an upcoming museum at UBC. Her own multimedia and interactive works have been commissioned by Polygon Gallery, City of Vancouver Public Art, City of Richmond Public Art, Cinevolution Media Arts Society, and the Vancouver Heritage Foundation. She has an MFA from the School for Contemporary Art at Simon Fraser University and a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design.