I’d like to invite you all to my thesis exhibition at the Cooper Union on Tuesday, April 1st.

My exhibition will be a video and performance installation. Although some pieces of the installation may remain in the space until the following Saturday, the performance will only occur once, on tuesday evening for the duration of the opening, roughly 6-8pm. Refreshments will be served.

I hope to see you there!

Tuesday, April 1st, from dusk till it’s done
The Cooper Union in the Gelman Foyer
41 Cooper Sq., Lower Level 1
New York, NY 10003


Well, I guess I’ve been back for a while. There’s been some developments, a show about the ongoing Voyage of the Hippo at Standard ToyKraft in Brooklyn, and a lot of work sorting out various projects and tying up loose ends from the last 9 months. I’ve posted two new films on vimeo: HIT and DEVICE, both of which were shot last fall and have been edited over the course of the last year. More coming, as always…

Video Installation Exhibition with PK, MARTIN PASEK, and SAGARDIA
Opening July 5th
SPRECHSAAL, Marienstra├če 26, 10117 BERLIN, DE

Next month I’ll be finishing out my stay here in Berlin with an exhibition at the SPRECHSAAL, showing three video works I’m involved with. I’m recreating the HOW I GOT UP ON THE ROOF installation which was shown this Spring at the Cooper Union in New York. This is a project I’ve been working on for the last six months with PK and it’s exciting to see it going up here. We’re also adding to the mix two new works, ESCALATOR which I created with the composer SAGARDIA here in Berlin, and an installation piece called DEUTSCHE BANK PARSIFAL that I’ve been working on with Martin Pasek. See you there!


Berlin has so far been a great place to come up with ideas, shoot films, and hatch schemes!

Important news is, I’ve finally started to get some of my films up on Vimeo, after they got blocked by google on youtube. Inadvertently I’ve now become a Vimeo elitist, just like everyone else.

Equis, 2011 from Clemens Poole on Vimeo.

More to come soon, and hopefully some of the work I’ve been doing here in Berlin.

1411 Abashiri

Japan was a success! We’re currently at work organizing the photos and working them into our project. Hopefully we’ll be showing them soon.

In the meantime, this spring I’ll be moving temporarily to Berlin. Between the Hokkaido project and other projects and ideas I’ll be working on over there, it’s already looking like a productive 2013. So keep your pies eeled!