Professor in Expanded Media at NSCAD University in Halifax.
David Clark is a media artist known for his ‘feature-length’ net art projects A is for Apple and 88 Constellations for Wittgenstein. He has an MFA in Sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has also studied at The Whitney Program, the Canadian Film Centre, and the ITP program at NYU. He has had recent exhibitions at the Canadian Embassy in Berlin, the Biennale Nationale de Sculpture Contemporaine in Trois-Rivières. He has shown his work at the Sundance Film Festival, SIGGRAPH, the 2012 Winter Olympics, and the Museum of Moving Images in New York. He has won top prizes at the FILE Festival in Sao Paulo, the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, and the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax. In 2011 he won the Lt. Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award. He produces an experimental spoken-word radio show called Nothing to See Here and is a Professor in Expanded Media at NSCAD University in Halifax. His work can be seen at www.chemicalpictures.net.
Talk: Alas, Poor Yorick
Reading from his upcoming book The Nine Lives of Schrödinger’s Cat, Clark will talk about Hamlet’s Yorick and the method actors who have aspired to play him on the stage.
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