Sean Dockray lives in Los Angeles. He is an artist and a founding director of Telic Arts Exchange, a non-profit arts organization providing a critical engagement with new media and culture. Dockray initiated The Public School and AAAARG.ORG and last summer he co-organized an itinerant seminar in Berlin, "There is nothing less passive than the act of fleeing," in collaboration with Caleb Waldorf and Fiona Whitton. They are continuing their work together as The Public School later this year in the Encuentro Internacional de Medellín 2011. He has recently participated in “Speak, memory” at the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, the Second World Congress of Free Artists in Aarhus, a commission for the 2010 New York Art Book fair, the 29th São Paulo Biennial, Properties of the Autonomous Archive in Bombay, the exhibition, "Shadowboxing," at the Royal College of Art in London, and "The Unbound Book: reading and Publishing in the Digital Age" conference in the Netherlands. Dockray’s writing has been published in Cabinet, Bidoun, X-TRA, Volume, and Fillip.