Ami Clarke is an artist whose practice is informed by, and investigates the increasingly performative conditions of code and language in hyper-networked culture.
She is also founder of Banner Repeater; a reading room with a public Archive of Artists’ Publishing and project space, opening up an experimental space for others, on a working train station platform, London. Ideas that come of publishing, distribution, and dissemination, that lead to a critical analysis of post-digital art production, are shared in her practice as an artist and inform the working remit of Banner Repeater.
She has recently exhibited/curated works at Xero Kline and Coma, Dundee Contemporary, ICA, Wysing Arts Centre, Museo Del Chopo – Mexico City, Hayward Gallery, collaborated with Cuss Group SA at Ithuba Gallery (British Council connect ZA), David Roberts Arts Foundation, Camden Arts Centre and The Container, Japan. She continues to commission new artists/writers works through the Banner Repeater platform, and several publishing imprints: Banner Repeater paperbacks, Banner Repeater publishing, and the UN-PUBLISH series. She teaches at Goldsmiths BA FA crit studies, Central Saint Martins MFA, and across the UK, with a focus on post-digital strategies in network culture.
Her work has recently been included in ‘Information’ Whitechapel Documents of Contemporary Art and MIT press, edited by Sarah Cook, August 2016.