David Clark is a media artist and filmmaker who lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Born in Calgary, Alberta, he received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1985, and a MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1989.   He also attended the Whitney Program Independent Study Program in1989 -90.

He is the writer and director of the feature film Maxwell's Demon (1998) and the shorts Albert's Diner (1997), Broken Crowns ( 1992), The ILL ID and the ODD SEA (1991). He is the director of the short film The Difficulty of Being Gilbert (2001).

His previous new media works include the installations Chemical Vision (2000) and The Chance Encounter (1999), and the CD-ROM's The Bones of Napier (1997) and GaGe (1997). His work has been screened at festivals and museums around the world. He has received numerous awards and grants including the first MTT/Nova Scotia Arts Council New Media Prize (2001). He currently teaches Film and New Media at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax.

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