Tom Clark is a curator and writer. He teaches and has worked on curatorial and publishing projects internationally. He is currently an AHRC/CHASE-Funded PhD Candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London, where his research explores infrastructural figures, politics and imaginaries as they relate to critical practices in the institutions of art. He has been editor at BAK, basis for actuelle kunst, Utrecht (2015–2017); co-director at Arcadia Missa gallery, London (2010–2015); was contributing editor to Para\Fictions – Ed. Natasha Hoare (Rotterdam: Witte de With, 2018) and Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh, eds., Former West: Art and the Contemporary After 1989 (Utrecht and Cambridge, MA: BAK and MIT Press, 2017); and his chapter, “Post Internet,” was published in Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova, eds., Posthuman Glossary (London: Bloomsbury, 2017).
"The fourth industrial
revolution is powered by artificial
intelligence and it will transform the
needs of the workplace from task-based characteristics to human-centred characteristics." (Xing and Marwala, Implications of the Fourth Industrial Age for Higher Education