Jason Rouse is an Irish artist living and working in Cardiff, Wales. In Rouse's work, digital and traditional arts converge, creating unexpected, surprising results. Rouse has painted game landscapes, developed interactive games, and experimented with generative spaces. Rouse has been a finalist with Lumen Prize for Digital Art, exhibited at the inaugural Westmorland Landscape Prize, selected for the 2020 BEEP Painting Prize and recently nominated for the 2022 Ingram Prize. He has received a Wales Art International grant for SWITCHed, an exchange programme between Arcade Cardiff and Galerie RDV, Nantes.His album of solo Irish traditional music on Uilleann Pipes has won critical acclaim from both press and peers.Work held in private collections including ARUP, Office of Public Works, Dublin, Ireland, and Slade School of Fine Art UCL, London, United Kingdom.