Ray Sun Ruey-Horng is a video artist who specializes in time- based media work in conjunction with live performances. His works have been presented in galleries, theaters and opera houses in Canada, France, Germany, Taiwan and United States. In 2013, Ray is the recipient of Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Sunʼs installation and video works focus on human perception, memories and the uncanny experiences in our daily lives. His recent theatrical video design works include: Rocky das Musical, directed by Alex Timbers, TUI Operettenhaus. Heidi Duckler Dance Company, Kiss n’ Ride, LAX Flyaway Terminal. ISLA, directed by Emilie Sabath, CalArts. Emptied Memories, Directed by Chou Tong- Yen, Sung Shan Cultural Park Taipei. The Builders Association, House/ Divided, directed by Marianne Weems, Baryshnikov Arts Center. Soul Leaves Her Body, directed by Peter Flaherty, Here Arts Center and EMPAC. The Turn of the Screw, Directed by Kelly Robinson, the Banff Centre. Sun: A poem for Malcolm X inspired by his murder, directed by Danrae Wilson, CalArts. Shakespeareʼs wild sisters group, Avignon Off 09ʼ: Remix- Hsu Yen-ling x Sylvia Plath, directed by Baboo Liao, Au Théâtre de la Condition des Soies. Ray received his MFA in Video for Performance and Integrated Media from CalArts.