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Born and raised in Florida, Lindsey Clark-Ryan earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and her MA and MFA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She teaches printmaking, drawing, and interdisciplinary courses.
She works primarily in installation and printmaking, and while her projects take on a variety of forms and subjects, they are all in service of an observational attitude that is equally absurd in its approach to the quotidian and the extreme. Much of her work is expeditionary or semi-scientific and oriented around an archivist impulse or the experience of flinging oneself out into the world, literally or figuratively. Currently, she is making prints and artist's books that explore the narrative capacity of parachutes.
As part of the expeditionary flavor of her work, she has been an artist-in-residence in several usual and unusual sites, including the Elsewhere museum (Greensboro, NC), Ayatana Artistic Research Program: Geophilia (Nova Scotia), and even New Jersey. She has recently exhibited at Solo(s) Project House (NJ), R. Jampol Projects (NYC), Creative Arts Workshop (CT), and Bowdoin College.