Daniel Michael Clark
Born in Banbury, Oxfordshire 1988,
Studies Printmaking at the Royal College of Art, London.
Daniel Michael Clark is an interdisciplinary artist working across drawing, printmaking, and sound recording. His work is motivated by the potential of latent recordings within a printed surface—in particular the interconnected relationship between the aural and autographic. Clark utilises archaic recording processes, the printmaking studio, and photographic darkroom, as vehicles for visual and auditory exploration of voice, memory and neurological difference. His work is held in the British Library Sound & Moving Image Archive, RCA Print Archive, and Goldsmiths, University of London.