Mitchell F. Chan is a Canadian artist who has been creating innovative works about technology since 2006. His art practice encompasses large-scale public works, gallery installations and digital artworks. Chan is well known for his early contributions to crypto art, including IKB which links the immateriality of blockchain to the conceptual art practice of Yves Klein. His work has been covered and discussed in numerous media outlets such as Artforum, Art In America, VICE, Canadian Art, Slate, the Toronto Star and Gizmodo. In addition to his digital work, Chan produces physical public projects across North America and is also the co-founder and principal partner of the public art and design firm, Studio F Minus. Chan's art practice explores the futility of perception and communication through the use of overly elaborate techniques.