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Clark Buckner

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A Vlog Is A Vlog, October, 2006 At MISSION 17
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Jonestown Had A Garden, April, 2008 MISSION 17's First Annual Visual / Cultural Criticism Residency
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Danger Girl, February, 2008 At MISSION 17
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Above Under Glass, September, 2007 At MISSION 17
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Mark v. Mark, April, 2006 At MISSION 17
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As Is, March, 2006 At MISSION 17
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Coprophagiology, September, 2006 At MISSION 17
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At MISSION 17
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Emergence, October, 2007 At MISSION 17
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Happy Pack, September, 2004 At MISSION 17
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Places, Sounds, Words, May, 2005 At MISSION 17
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The Land of a Million Cereals, June, 2008 At MISSION 17
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Together We Can Prevent Earthquakes, January, 2005 At MISSION 17
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As the Butterfly Said to Chuang Tzu, May, 2006 At MISSION 17
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Southside, April, 2005 At MISSION 17
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
New York, NY
Lives in
San Francisco
Works in
SF / LA
Schools
Vanderbilt University, 2005, PhD
New School University, 1996, MA
Sarah Lawrence College, 1991, BA
Statement

Clark Buckner works in San Francisco as an author, educator, and exhibition-maker. Along with articles in both academic and popular journals, his publications include Apropos of Nothing: Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis, and the Coen Brothers (SUNY U.P., 2014) and the co-authored collection, Styles of Piety: Practicing Philosophy After the Death of God. He teaches courses on critical theory, contemporary art, and curatorial practice at the San Francisco Art Institute. Previously he taught in the philosophy department at Mills College. He served as Director / Curator of the not-for-profit gallery MISSION 17 and has mounted exhibitions, as an artist and a curator, at local, national, and international venues. He has a PhD in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University.