Alexander Novak Clark (b. 1997) is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose work grapples with conceptions of a dysfunctional body, issues of object-hood, and the idea of labor as play. Clark’s work employs craft practices to explore the limits of the perceived body. In their sculptures, through the rough imprecise use of paper mache the body is distorted. This distortion explores the space between body and object.
Clark’s work has been featured at Sullivan Galleries, Links Hall, Praire Chicago, Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago and Rosebud;!;(777);!;!;! at Berlin Nightclub, Chicago.