Richard Clements is an artist who studies phenomenology, the occult, structures of consciousness, and linguistic philosophy. Currently he is an Assistant Professor in the School of Visual Arts, teaching in Sculpture. He earned his Master’s in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College in 2007. His work has been supported by the Canada Council of the Arts and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. His research interests include the history of games, Harry Houdini, Arthurian myth, and Brancusi.
Masters Degree in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London, England
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Canada
Richard Clements, Atlas House, Suffolk, U.K
A Third Thing, Burrard Arts Foundation, Vancouver, Canada
Selected Work, CSA Space, Vancouver, Canada
The Origin of Language, Riss(e) Gallery, Milan, Italy
Day Treads On Night, Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, Canada
Colour: Day Through Night, Fold Gallery, London, U.K
Richard Clements, Room Arte, Milan, Italy
New Work, Tenderpixel Gallery, London, U.K
Richard Clements, Brown Space, Milan, Italy
Selected Group Exhibitions
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Richard Clements, Drive-By, Window Gallery, Los Angeles
UNSEEN, Fold Gallery, London, U.K
Atlas House, Sluice Biennial, London, U.K
Dialogos, CACT Gallery, Bellinzona, Switzerland
Magic 8 Ball, Fold Gallery, London, U.K
Matter, APT Gallery, London, U.K
Archaeology & Nostalgia, Organizzato da O’artoteca, Milan, Italy
Floating & Waterlogged Objects, Fold Gallery, London, U.K
The Absence of Everything, Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria
Alex Robbins and Richard Clements, MOT Gallery, London, U.K
Run No.1, Room Arte, Milan, Italy
Part One, Nordisk Kunst Plattform, Brusand, Norway
Terra Firma, Fold Gallery, London, U.K
“Richard Clements’ Day Treadeth on Night”, Espace: sculpture, Winter ed., Montreal, Canada
“Bad Infinity”, Dan Coombs, AbstractCritical, October, London, U.K
“Floating & Waterlogged Objects”, Gabriel Coxhead, TimeOut Magazine, March London, U.K
“Richard Clements: New Work”, Robin Peck, Sculpture, November, New York, U.S.A
Untitled (woodpile), 2008, wenge, brass, 61'' x 28'' x 11''
Untitled (woodpile) [detail], 2008, wenge, brass, 61'' x 28'' x 11''
Untitled, 2008, denisyuk hologram of petrified wood, blackened steel, 3''x4''x5''
Skidway 6, 2015, plaster, wood, glass, 12" x 24" x 5"
Ars Lineandi with Coins (Spiral Prayer), 2018, glass, paint, wood, metal, 33.7cm x 37.5cm x 5.6cm
Landscape (Benham’s Disc), 2019, hydrostone, 21cm x 3cm
Trough, 2010, plywood, steel, two glass sheets, 240 cm x 120 cm x 31 cm
The Judge, 2012, sand cast aluminium, 25cm x 17cm x 1cm (each)