Interdisciplinary artist Jack Butler’s works bridge between the visual pleasure of art and the rational demands of science. He has exhibited installations, video projections, computer animations and performance works internationally. His work is in public and private collections including the National Gallery of Canada. Butler has thirty years experience as a medical model builder and published researcher in human development.

In addition to his hybrid art/medicine research practice Butler is a founding member of the Sanavik Cooperative, Baker Lake, Nunavut and has been working collaboratively with Inuit artists since 1969.

He has taught at Carnegie Mellon University, Banff Centre for the Arts, the Department of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario and most recently, as adjunct faculty in the Healthcare Technology and Place (HCTP) program at the University of Toronto.