Lindsey Clark-Ryan is a multidisciplinary artist who works primarily in installation and printmaking to investigate what takes place at the precarious boundaries between two-dimensional graphic images and three-dimensional objects, between mobile and stationary, and between function and uselessness. Her work in these areas often involves a deadpan approach to the sensibilities of scientific expeditions and archival research. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and regularly participates in site-specific residency programs as an important extension of her studio process. Most recently, she has been an artist-in-residence at the Ayatana Artistic Research Program in Canada and the Elsewhere living museum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Clark-Ryan teaches printmaking, drawing and interdisciplinary studio art courses at Smith, and she is currently working on prints and artists' books built from the narrative and kinetic capacities of parachutes.
Tuesday 4:15–6 p.m.
and by appointment.