As founding Artistic Director of CultureHub, Billy Clark has overseen the development of CultureHub’s artistic, education, and community programs since its inception in 2009. With the CultureHub team, he has curated the annual Media Arts Festival, Refest, which showcases artists working at the intersection of art and technology. In 2013 he directed Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky’s piece Seoul Counterpoint, which premiered at La MaMa’s Ellen Stewart Theatre. Seoul Counterpoint was subsequently presented in conjunction with Asia Society’s exhibition, Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot in 2014.
At the La MaMa Galleria, he co-curated Mediated Motion, an exhibit of works that explored how new media technologies alter human movement and our perception of the body in motion. A graduate of the Experimental Theatre Wing at NYU, Billy has performed and directed in the downtown scene for over 20 years.
He is currently a professor at the Seoul Institute of the Arts, has taught at CUNY Hunter College, and has been a guest lecturer at Sarah Lawrence College, Gallatin, and NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. He was chosen as one of the 100 Top Creatives by Origin Magazine in 2015.