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William Noel Clarke (b. 1994) is an independent curator living in London. His research interests are in alternative, natural and artificial networks and ecologies as well as the representation of the nonhuman in gallery contexts. He is interested in artists and theorists who work collaboratively and cross-disciplinarily at the intersection of art, science and technology to create a larger co-inquiry for activism and research.


2019: Goldsmiths University, MFA Curating

2016: Leeds Beckett University, BA (Hons) Fine Art, First

2013: Warwickshire School of Arts, UAL Foundations Diploma in Art and Design, Distinction



2020: Our companion, our other, VITRINE, Basel

2019: Tutelaries, VITRINE, London

2019: VITRINE x Kino Screenings, Kino Cinema, London

2019: Mission To Touch The Sun: Sun Burnt, Paradise Works, Manchester

2018: Oikos Logos, Enclave Lab, London

2018: Tall Tales From an Artist-Led Space, Cubitt Gallery and Studios, London

2018: Mission To Touch The Sun, Enclave Lab, London

2018: Computers Don't Eat Sugar to Make More Computers, Goldsmiths University Allotment, London

2018: Favourable Place, SET Dalston, London

2018: Rung Magazine, Online and Printed

2017: Your Everyday Art World, isthisit?, Online

2017: 20,643,946,555 KM, Serf, Leeds

2017: God Dead Confused, Serf, Leeds

2016: Das Schloss (The Castle), Leeds Beckett University, Leeds

2016: The Vitrines: Phillipa Eason, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds     



2018: MODE Award Runner Up

2018: Goldsmiths Friends and Alumni Fund


2019: Curators tour for Bermondsey Street Festival 

2017: Serf As Open Studios, University of Leeds, Leeds

2016: Playing The Game, British Art Show 8 and Norwich University of Arts, Dove St. Studios, Norwich


2020: Our companion, our other by Valeska Stach, Kunstbulletin

2019: Emii Alrai interview with William Noel Clarke, YAC

2019: Tutelaries, by Angélica Fajardo, Corridor8

2018: Mission to Touch the Sun: Part 2, by Issey Scott

2017: The Learning Web: Thoughts on William Noel Clarke’s God Dead Confused, by Fred Mikardo-Greaves, Corridor8


2019: Jamie Fitzpatrick: He He He He, This is Tomorrow, Online

2019: Tim Etchells: For Everything, FAD Magazine, Online

2018: Hanae Wilke: Close Quarters, FAD Magazine, Online

2018: Beyond the Pylon of the Pit, Corridor8, Online

2017: The Onlyes Power is No Power, WhiteHot Magazine, Online

2017: The Worst Seats In the House, Corridor8, Online


2020: Joanna Kamm, Director of Liste, FRONTRUNNER Magazine, Online

2020: Daria Khan, FRONTRUNNER Magazine, Online and Print 

2020: Emily Colucci, FRONTRUNNER Magazine, Online


2016: Once Upon a time in Dartmoor, EEA, Dartmoor

2015: WebCam Girls, Online