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Conley Clark is a multimedia artist/educator, currently teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His practice engages a research-based approach utilizing appropriated domestic objects, digital fabrication, and ephemera to challenge signifiers of gender- and hetero-normativity. His work intersects personal narrative and queer forms via sculpture, installation, and video/performance.

Conley has a BFA in Sculpture from Southeast Missouri State University, an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a graduate level certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies. For over ten years, he has been professionally engaged in the arts. He's held a multitude of positions including art handler, lecturer/instructor, gallery manager, artist assistant, and studio/safety coordinator. Conley exhibits his work throughout the Midwest region in both group and solo exhibitions. 





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