Liane Davison has curated over 100 exhibitions on contemporary art practice from digital media through to lawn ornaments. Her writing has been published in over 30 catalogues and her work supporting digital art has been recognized internationally. In 1998 she initiated the Surrey Art Gallery’s TechLab, a unique venue dedicated to supporting the production and presentation of digital art forms. In 2008 she also established the Gallery’s ongoing exhibition program of audio art. In 2010 she established UrbanScreen in Surrey: one of Canada’s largest permanent outdoor non-commercial projection venues for interactive digital art. Since 2008 she has served as the Director of the Surrey Art Gallery, and as the City of Surrey’s Manager of Visual and Community Art, she directs the City’s public art program and contributes to the city’s community and cultural development.