Don Ritter is a Canadian installation artist and writer living in Hong Kong. He has been active in the field of digital media art since the late-1980s. His work consists primarily of large interactive video and sound installations that audiences control through their body position, body movement or voice. Ritter’s most widely exhibited work is Intersection(1993), an interactive sound installation within a large dark room. The work presents the sounds of four lanes of car traffic that respond to audiences by screeching to a halt, idling, accelerating or crashing into each other. Intersection has been experienced by over 600,000 people in North America, Europe and Asia. Ritter’s most recent installation is Vested(2010), a large interactive video and sound installation that "reflects the commodification of human tragedy". Vested was exhibited to a large international audience at the Cultural Olympiad for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.