About Sean Clark
Sean Clark is a digital artist, the Founder and Managing Director of web/mobile developer Cuttlefish, the Director of Leicester arts company Interact Digital Arts and a Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montfort University.
In his commercial work he is interested in social networking, mobile multimedia, collaborative computing and location-aware information systems. In his arts work he is inspired by systems theory, the nature of interactivity and creative explorations of flow and connectedness.
Over a period of almost 30 years he has had a varied career that has seen him work in the arts, academia and commerce, and he is comfortably able to move his focus between the three.
As a researcher he has published over 30 research papers and has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars. He has an Honours Degree in Computer Studies from Loughborough University, a Masters in Digital Arts from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London and is currently writing-up a practice-based PhD in Systems Theory and Digital Arts at De Montfort University.
He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and Treasurer of the Computer Arts Society. In 2016 he was the co-winner of the inaugural ArtCHI award in San Jose, CA and the Lumen Prize for 3D/Sculpture in London, UK.