George Clark is an artist, writer and curator. His work explores the history of images and how they are governed by culture, technology and social political conditions. Recent projects have sought to build new models of assembly, exhibition and moving image production. His films have shown at festivals and museums internationally including New York Film Festival (2019) Berwick Film and Media Art Festival (2019), Hanoi Doclab (2019), Taiwan Biennale (2018), AV Festival (Newcastle) (2018), Focal Point Gallery (Southend-on-Sea) (2018), Yunsun Museum (2018); Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art / MMCA, Seoul (2017), Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (2017) and Museo de Artes Visuales / MAVI (2016) among others. He is co-founder of the West Java West Yorkshire Cooperative Movement with Ismal Muntaha, Bunga Saigian and Will Rose, a collaborative project with the Jatiwangi Art Factory and Pavilion. He has curated projects for museums, galleries, cinemas, and festivals with a focus on broadening the histories of film and video practice globally. He has written widely for journals and exhibition catalogues and teaches at Royal College of Art and University of Westminster.

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