Jordan May (he/him) is a multidisciplinary art technician based in the Greater Toronto Area. Previously a part of the 2022 installation team, Jordan has returned to the Toronto Biennial of Art in 2024 as the Production & Installation Lead for its third edition. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from OCAD University.

Prior to joining the Biennial, Jordan led the installation team at Oakville Galleries on exhibitions such as Elif Saydam: Eviction Notice, mentioned in Frieze Magazine’s “The Top Ten Shows Around the World in 2023”, and more recent exhibitions; Sung Tieu: Civic Floor and Tarik Kiswanson: Prelude. Working with reputable institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto, The Art Museum at the University of Toronto, and The Gardiner Museum,
Jordan has a unique array of experience working in support of technical fabrications, building and design processes, and large-scale immersive installations.

His work approach is shaped by contemporary techniques, restoration practices, and visual display methodologies. Jordan is committed to fostering diverse arts communities and working collaboratively to ensure the cohesive execution of successful exhibitions.