James Clar, what’s in your fridge?The Art Dossier on October 26, 2012 with 0 Comments
James Clar, what’s in your fridge?
Well, it’s funny. My daughter and I opened the fridge to get some fruits, but lo and behold it ended up being a portal to another dimension!? Odd, that never happened before. Maybe it’s because Halloween is coming up and our apartment is built on an old Indian burial ground.
Anyways, I hope the food comes back tomorrow morning because breakfast is important!
James Clar is an artist interested in the effects of technology, media and new production techniques on the ideas of nationality and culture. His background is in film, animation and media art. For the last 5 years he lived in the Middle East in Dubai and has just recently moved back to New York to set up his studio.
James has an exhibition of new work entitled “Iris was a Pupil” that will debut at Carbon 12 gallery in Dubai, Nov 5 – Dec 8, 2012.
James was a resident artist at Eyebeam Atelier, Fabrica, and Lantana Projects/FedEx Institute of Technology. His work has been shown at New Museum of Contemporary Art, Chelsea Art Museum, Borusan Contemporary, and Museum on Seam.
For more information on James Clar’s work visit: www.JamesClar.com