Arthur Clay

Arthur Clay

Art Clay is an artist and collaborator who was born in New York and twitters between his life in Basel and  world presence working between the borders of the arts, the sciences, and society. As an artist, he has been awarded prizes for performance art , media art, design, music theater, and composition.

He has exhibited in major museum across the world and is at present, involved with several in several long running projects including a performative sound art tour and a several  exhibitions featuring his work including a solo retrospective for 2021. 

He has been supported by governmental agencies, art councils, private foundations, and industry partners such as Presence Switzerland, Pro Helvetia,  Swissnex China, Swissnex Singapore, Migros Kulturprozent, Mondrian Foundation, Japan Foundation, Arts Council England,  Canada Council for the Arts, Procedural, HP, LG Electronics, and many others.

He developed artworks and implemented project  with renowned institutes such as EPFL, ETH Zurich, University of the Arts Zurich, Xian Academy of the Arts, NTU and NUS of Singapore, Jiaotong University Shanghai, University of Victoria BC, Sogang University, Seoul National University, Singapore Polytechnic, Politecnico di Milano, and for various private and government agencies and institutions including Biocon Labs, SAST,  A2Star, and more.

As an educator, he has taught over the past ten years at various art schools and universities in Europe and Asia including Zurich Hochschule der Kuenste, Luzerne University of Arts & Science, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Sogang University, and NCCU Taipei.

In his spare time, he acts as a collaborator for  Virtuale Switzerland, festival for virtual arts in Switzerland; and acts as a consultant for  the Seoul Bioart Festival, an event platforming potentials between new technologies in the life sciences and the new arts exploring speculative design and wet media. 

Open talks – Chapter 2

Day 3 – Session 7 – October 30th

Topic : The iJackers Guide to Social Protest in Public Space


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