CLARK

RENDALL

From: Milwaukee, US

Based in: San Francisco, US

Born: 1983

Main Artistic Theme: Ecology & environment

Web: clarkrendall.com

Clark is an environmental artist and designer exploring the intersection of ecology, aesthetics, and the built environment.

Through demonstrating an interaction between the natural and built environment, he hopes to encourage a culture of ecological awareness, and greater understanding of our relationship with natural systems and other living things.

Woods
Swamp
Pond
Island
Hill
Fort
Serpent
Viceroy
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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Clark is a visual artist and designer exploring the intersection of ecology, aesthetics, and the built environment. His two-dimensional work is based on motifs from nature, architecture, and ancient civilizations, while his immersive public works often engage with natural elements such as sunlight, water, and wind. Through demonstrating an interaction between the natural and built environment, he hopes to encourage a culture of ecological awareness, and greater understanding of our relationship with natural systems and other living things.

 

Given his practice as an artist, and his interest in the relationship between art and the built environment, his interior design work is often organized around artwork as a key component. He also favors the use of low-VOC paints and finishes, as well as locally sourced, naturally derived, renewable, and recycled materials.

 

Clark received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, continued his education in interior design at Hunter College, and recently completed his Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He has previously worked with The Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Rockwell Group, Gensler, and COOKFOX Architects. He is registered as both a LEED and WELL accredited professional.

Selected Exhibitions

Jan Kossen

Group Exhibition: GEOFORM

Arte Ponte

New York, NY

Abrazo Intenro

Group Show: Trees of life 

and evil eyes

New York, NY

Latest series- Undisclosed Locations

Undisclosed Locations

Most people have places from their childhood around which they have created some sort of folklore. Otherwise arbitrary features of the landscape become meaningful through the personal narratives, both real and imaginary, that we create for them. This series is based on those places, with each image serving as a symbol to conjure memories.