Arthur Clay joined the eOffice at its inception and followed up with its implementation. He is integral member of the SI eOffice and responsible for the SI Publications, SI Events, SIG and Membership Management. As a project and event manager, he has produced and implemented events focusing on creatively connecting art, science, and technology within diverse cultural contexts in many parts of the world.
As founder and artistic director of the ETH Digital Art Weeks his activities included developing and platforming projects that pioneer new technologies with institutes such as EPFL, ETH Zurich, University of the Arts Zurich, Xian Academy of the Arts, NTU and NUS of Singapore, Jiaotong University Shanghai, University of Victoria BC, Sogang University, Seoul National University, Singapore Polytechnic, Politecnico di Milano, and for various private and government agencies and institutions including Biocon Labs, SAST, A2Star, and more. He directs the IT & Culture special interest group at SI and is Managing the SI Digital Magazine.
He is als a practicing artists and composer who is celebrated for his work between the borders of the arts, the sciences, and society. He has been awarded many prizes for performance art, media art, design, music theatre, music composition, and even software design.