Brian Larson Clark is a Buffalo-based media, installation, and performance artist. In 2003, he earned a BFA in Media Arts Production from SUNY College at Fredonia, and in 2010 he received an MFA in the same field from the University at Buffalo. About his work, he writes, “I am interested in exploring new ways in which we can connect people through technology…Through the use and misuse of popular platforms, and through the combination and recombination of emergent and existent means of communication, we can develop richer and more meaningful ways to interact.” His projects, often in collaboration with other artists, have been exhibited throughout Western New York. For more information, visit bclark.info or burchfieldpenney.org.
Artists Seen: Photographs of Artists in the 21st Century is an ongoing project by photographer David Moog in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State. Moog has set out to make portraits of every self-identified working artist and arts professional in Western New York. To be included in the project, call David Moog directly at 716-472-6721 or contact the center at 716-878-4131. Artists working in all media are welcome; visit burchfieldpenney.org for more information.