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  1. Contact  - jfclark.work@gmail.com

    @jf_clark    

  2. I am a designer and writer working with technology, new media art and publishing. My interests are in data collection, storage, memory, surveillance and speculative fiction. I have recently started my own small press aiming to publish original, contemporary visual/literary work and I am also an affliate with UCL Multimedia Anthropology Lab.

  3. Lives and works in London, UK

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    Exhibitions

    2021

    Univerity College London - Multimedia Anthropology Lab collaborative exhibition (virtual) - uclmal.com/exhibition

    'Open Fragments' - Pragamata Collective (online)

    http://pragmatacollective.co.uk/OpenFragment.html

    2020

    'Gaps between gaps' - Solo Exhibition Stallan-Brand Architects (Glasgow)

    2019

    'Fantôme/Aave' - Vaapan Taiteen Tila (Helsinki)/Galerie au Medicis (Paris)

    ‘How to Survive Kaamos’ exhibition at Vapaan Taiteen Tila (Helsinki)

    2018

    ‘Rooted’ - Where People Sleep (Glasgow) 

    ‘Sobremesa’ - Wasps Studios (Glasgow) 

    ‘More is Less’ - Laurieston Arches (Glasgow) 

    Fine Art Photography Book Launch at Transmission Gallery (Glasgow)

    ‘Feedback Loop’ - GSA Photography studio 

    2017

    ‘Something to Do With A Body’ Open flat exhibition (Glasgow) 

    ‘Zeitgeist’ - New Glasgow Society 

    ‘Who Knew the Wind was so Loud’ - New Glasgow Society

  4. Work History

    Design and Marketing Assistant - BookMachine Creative Agency - July 2021 to Present

    Part of a team that launched a social app for the global publishing community.

    Produced blog articles, copy, press releases and market research on the publishing industry.

    Archive Researcher - RBGC - April 2021 to Present

    Built a comprehensive collection of archive materials for historical research.

    Affiliate with UCL Multimedia Anthropology Lab (uclmal.com) - May 2021 to Present 

    Photo editor and designer working with MAL to help construct a detailed documentation of the Guarani and Kaiowá tribe in Brazil.

    Editor/Designer - STARfish Press - 2021

  5. The Glasgow School of Art (Fine Art - Photography) 2016 - 2020

    University of the Arts Helsinki (Time and Space Arts) - 2019

  6. This work by Joseph Frederic Clark is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0