Alison Clark is an emerging new media artist who produces audio-visual experiences for the gallery and the dance floor. Based in Toronto, Canada, she studied Integrated Media at OCADU, with a focus on sound and installation. Graduating with the Integrated Media Faculty Award, she has since immersed herself in the city’s techno and experimental music scene, drawing from this inspiration in her work as an exhibiting artist. Her recent showings include a musical performance with Long Winter and an interactive installation with Ukai Projects and Derooted Agency at 379 Adelaide. Alison’s work often explores themes of chaos and belonging, which she expresses through the use of complex interconnected systems. In this way, she uses machines and algorithms to convey deeply human emotions.