Ami Clarke


A Life of Its Own

Prisoners and un-publishing in Nakameguro, Tokyo.

poster for Ami Clarke

Ami Clarke "Be Seeing You"

at The Container
in the Nakameguro, Ebisu area
Ends in 58 days

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In Reviews by Jessica Howard 2012-02-07 print 

In January London-based artist Ami Clarke travelled to Tokyo to install two video works in The Container, a gallery space located in a hairdressing salon in Nakameguro. Whilst in Japan she also launched her free of charge publication “UNPUBLISH”, which can be picked up at the exhibition, and delivered a talk at Konno Hachiman Shrine (January 25), mainly discussing her passion for diagrams, her preoccupation with how the cosmos functions, and past and present working practice.


Inside outsider language

Waterside Project Space, London
2 July – 15 August

Ami Clark, 'Folly', MDF, paint, roughly 1.9x1.9x2.2m, 2006

Ami Clark, 'Folly', MDF, paint, roughly 1.9x1.9x2.2m, 2006

Central St Martin's Fine Art Grad Show

Dazed speaks to a few of the most talented Art & Design students at the prestigious London college

Central St Martins College of Art and Design has a reputation spanning decades, boasting an alumni that includes filmmaker Mike Leigh, Paul Simonon of the Clash, author Richard Millward, Hussien Chalayan, Lucien Freud and Faris Badwan of The Horrors. But the focus this time is on the Fine Art MA. Founded by Joanna Greenhill, the show marks the end of an era in two ways since this was Greenhill last show as head of the department and also the last one before the college relocates to Kings Cross in autumn 2011. Josh Baum, Ami Clarke and Funa Ye were three of the artists that stood out. Dazed was lucky enough to catch up with them to find out what brought them to this point, and how they might move forward.

'Undercurrent' - sound work - Driven.
'Action Painting - road trip' short film - Driven.

Details of the show 'Driven' curated by Sarah Sparkes can be
seen at the Fieldgate Gallery link below:

Details of the show '42' at Three Colts Gallery can be viewed on this website

Details of the show 'Bubble and Squeak' can be viewed on this page at the PM gallery Toronto's website

a review of 'Bubble and Squeak' can be found at the following address, if it doesn't load please go to Press and Publications where there is a copy

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