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Clover Morell is an artist & curator who creates interdisciplinary performances and media works. Each piece is created in response to the structures and limitations of the site and/or theme of exhibition. Often collaborative and experimental by nature, Clover’s work examines the human spirit, interpersonal politics, perception, memory and discomfort.
Originally a visual artist from New York, Morell received an MFA in Performance from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2008 and an MA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Columbia College Chicago in 2005. She has studied media, writing, movement and performance-making with artists Lin Hixson, Goat Island, Sadie Benning, Lida Abdul, Jenny Magnus and Diego Pinon among others. She currently lives and works in Chicago.
A photographic performance event in which the public receives a free family portrait in exchange for a portrait with the artist.