Patricia Clark

Patricia Clark is an interdisciplinary artist and educator working in video, interactive media installations and performance, digital prints, and experimental documentary. Working individually, and in collaboration with other artists and scholars, she explores content areas that lie within the cultural, social, and economic identities of the United States, Latin America,  and the Caribbean.  In her work, Clark presents multiple windows through which evolving global, national, ethnic, and cultural identity are presented in non-linear portraits of people, place, and time.  Her individual and collaborative works have been exhibited at the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Quebec, Canada; URSA in Santa Fe, NM, the Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, The VIII and XI Havana Bienals, Cuba, The Gebert Contemporary Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, and the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil.

La edad de Oro. A video art work that provides the viewpoint of an outsider looking into the world that is Cuba. A three channel video collaboration with José Angel Toirac, and Meira Marrero Diaz of Havana Cuba.  This work was included in The American Effect exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, 2003, featured in the exhibition by the Ludwig Fundacíon during the Havana Bienal VIII, Havana, Cuba, and in the Expo Arte de Cuba exhibition in the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil, (Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia) in 2006.  “La Edad de Oro” is in the permanent collections of the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, Quebec, Canada, and the Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona.

Exhibition at Soft Art House Gallery, Toronto, Canada; in the framework of alucinARTe Festival.