Working locally to access global themes of the human condition and spirit, Kate Clark collaborates with groups of people producing, documenting, and abstracting local histories, trades, rhythms, and ways of teaching through multimedia projects. Originally from the San Juan Islands, she has lived and worked in the US, the Czech Republic, Turkey, France, and Japan. Kate Clark is co-founder of Knowledge Commons DC, a free, interdisciplinary floating school in Washington DC, and a research fellow at Provisions Library for Arts and Social Change. She has studied at The Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art, The Art Institute of Chicago's Ox-Bow School of Art, Luzanky Skola, and The Evergreen State College.

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