About Sean Clute
Sean Clute is an intermedia artist who experiments with video, sound, and performance. By collaborating with all types of creative people – choreographers, performers, scientists, writers, and artists – Sean develops intermedia art that spans many disciplines. You might find him performing (as he has before) in a suspended pod, geodesic dome, or cacophonic sonic environment. To construct these environments, he develops custom software and hardware.
Professor Clute’s work has been presented internationally at venues such as The Kitchen, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Museum of Natural History, REDCAT Theater, Umspannwerk Kreuzberg (Germany), Shabla Solar Eclipse Festival (Bulgaria) and the Autonomous Mutant Festival.
Since 2003, Sean Clute has served as co-artistic director of the intermedia performance group Double Vision. He also is the director of MARS (Media Arts Research Studio) at NVU-Johnson.
He lives with his wife and daughters in Vermont.