Since his 1991 novel, Generation X, Douglas Coupland has published fourteen
novels and short story collections as well as several works of
nonfiction including a 2010 biography of Marshall McLuhan. He has
written and performed for England’s Royal Shakespeare Company and in
2008 created a 13-episode TV series based on his 2006 novel, jPod.
A 1984 art school graduate, Coupland’s visual work in the 1990s was
the creation of the Internet aesthetic in conjunction with Wired
magazine as well as his own website and blogs. In 2000 he resumed the
making of physical works. In recent years his work has been central to
numerous international solo and group shows.
Coupland is a contributor to the New York Times, e-flux, DISonline,
Artsy, Vice online and has a fortnightly column with the FT Weekend
Magazine in London. Since 2015 he has been artist in residence at
the Google Cultural Institute in Paris.
(from the official website of Douglas Coupland)