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Rachel Clarke is an artist and professor of new media art at California State University, Sacramento, CA. Her work intertwines themes of nature, culture, and technology; combining physical and virtual modes of making. It involves video and animation, installation, augmented reality, and experimental 3D. It has been shown in galleries, museums, new media art festivals, and film screenings nationally and internationally. She has shown at ISEA Vancouver BC, Canada; Another Year in LA gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Balance/Unbalance international conference at Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ; Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria; Aggregate Space, Oakland, CA; WORK Detroit, MI; and Currents International Festival of New Media in Santa Fe, NM. Working in collaboration with Sacramento Metropolitan Art Commission she was artist and co-curator for an NEA funded augmented reality public art project, Broadway Augmented located in the Broadway Corridor in Sacramento, that launched in fall 2014. In 2011 she co-curated The Real-Fake: Simulation Technology after Photography with artist Claudia Hart; the show toured in the US in 2012. In 2014 she co-edited The New Romantics catalog with Hart and Nicholas O’Brien, published by Intellect Books. Clarke serves on the Board of the New Media Caucus and is the founding editor of their international journal, Media-N.
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