George Clark is an artist, writer and curator. His films have exhibited at festivals and museums internationally. Bridging curatorial and artistic practice, George Clark’s work explores the history of images and how they are governed by culture and technology as well as social and political conditions. His most recent work Double Ghosts is an evolving multi-part project, presented at the 2018 Taiwan Biennale, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art (Taichung, September 2018-February 2019). He is co-founder of the West Java West Yorkshire Cooperative Movement, a collaborative project with the Jatiwangi Art Factory and Pavilion.
His curatorial work is focused on exploring and expanding histories of film and video practice globally. Through his work at Tate Modern (2013- 2015) and in independent projects, he has curated retrospectives of Ute Aurand, Julian Dashper, Lav Diaz, Camille Henrot, Vlado Kristl, Luis Ospina and Chick Strand, as well as thematic series Throwing Shadows: Japanese Expanded Cinema in the Time of Pop (Tate Modern, 2016, co-curated with Go Hirasawa and Julian Ross), L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema (Tate Modern, 2015), and Infermental (co-curated with Dan Kidner and James Richards, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-On-Sea, UK 2010). He is co-founder of the West Java West Yorkshire Cooperative Movement, a collaborative project with the Jatiwangi Art Factory and
Pavilion. He is currently working towards a PhD at University of Westminster.