Kevin Clancy

American, b. 1987
Kevin Clancy is an interdisciplinary artist who creates accumulative process-based installations, participatory experiences and nomadic social spaces that provide momentary glimpses into utopic possibilities. He has exhibited work at Keleketla! Library, Johannesburg; VIVO Media Arts Centre, Vancouver; Flux Factory, New York; The Children's Museum, Pittsburgh; ILLUMINUS, Boston; and Mobius, Boston. He holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He has been awarded the Morton R. Godine Travel Fellowship, an Opportunity Grant from the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, and the Renna Arts Scholarship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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