Jacki Clark is an active fine arts professional in Cheshire. She works in a variety of medium; blending digital and immersive techniques with fine art to tell a personal narrative through her work. Translating a variety of artistic skills through numerous solo, community and collaborative projects, she's worked to make a reputable name for herself in the industry. Take a look at her selected works, and get in touch for more information.
Projects and Events
THE WORLD TAKES A BREATH
Two videos selected to be shown in the international online exhibition featuring the art of over 50 artists from 25 countries and 4 continents.
BUXTON OPEN EXHIBITION
Augumented Reality artwork 'Blue Diadem' selected for exhibition in the Buxtion Open. Due to lockdown this was presented as an online rather than physical show.
SAN DIEGO XR ART SHOW
Augumented Reality artwork 'Blue Diadem' selected for exhibition.
LIGHTWAVES FESTIVAL. SALFORD QUAYS.
Augmented Reality collaboration with Visioning Lab.
LIT FESTIVAL, MACCLESFIELD. THE HAMILTON PROJECT.
'Gawain and The Green Knight' collaboration with 154 Collective.
'PANDEMONIUM' MACCLESFIELD MUSEUMS.
Augmented reality in collaboration with Visioning Lab.
TATTON PARK RHS. 'RELEASE'
17th -21st July 2019
A collaboration with Visioning Lab to create a VR /AR experience for visitors. Visitors will use the app created by Visioning Lab, the Pop Up View. to bring to life VR created butterflies and moths inspired by Tatton estate's own collection.
COSMOS AMBASSADOR, BLUE DOT FESTIVAL
17th-21st July 2019
Selected to deliver 'Interference' designed by Julie Freeman at the Blue Dot Festival at Jodrell Bank. This is an immersive VR experience based on Pulsar radio waves
'WHISPER OF MOTHS' THE OLD SUNDAY SCHOOL HERITAGE CENTRE, MACCLESFIELD.
May 16th-June 16th 2019
Creator,curator and exhibitor. The 'Whisper of Moths' was originally a temporary immersive experience created for Chinese New Year celebrating Macclesfield's silk industry with China.It was commissioned by Macclesfield Town Council. Moths were created by local schoolchildren from recycled plastics and hung using fishing wire. Light and sound was then played through the hung moths using a Raspberry Pi and sensors (Nick Young)
This was in place for three hours.
Due to its success, it was requested that the experience was re exhibited and space was offered by Macclesfield Museums. It was revisited as an open exhibition using the theme of 'Whisper of Moths' and included work by Sabine Kussmaul, Jacki Clark, Loz Lees. Becca Smith, Lavinia Murray, Emma Lloyd and Nicola Carter.
'ART IN THE DARK' GROSVENOR CENTRE, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE
13th August 2019
Curator, exhibitor. A community event which displays local artists work in luminous media. The community is invited in during the morning to create small canvasses from luminous stickers and tape inspired by the artists work already displayed there. In the light the works are bland, pale but when the lights are switched in the afternoon they glow and take on a different character.