Hillary Kapan received a master's degree in film and computer arts from the University of Oregon. His interactive pieces Blind Date, Fingertip, Emerging Forms and You Kill Me question infatuations with technology. Exhibitions include Paris, Moscow, Yokohama, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro and throughout Europe and North America.
Awards include first prize in the First Annual Computer Arts Competition held in 1990. Currently, he is uncovering Trans-Atlantic ancient language, e.g., Nahuatl (Aztec, Toltec) share 70 roots with English. Some roots: AMA = love, MAT = mind, TEO = God, TEC = stone, art, technology.