Writer and artist Scott MacLeod has been presenting live, time-based, media, conceptual and static work in the San Francisco Bay Area and internationally since 1979. His fiction, poetry, theater and critical writings have been widely published in the USA and, in translation, in Russia, Yugoslavia and the Czech Republic. Conceptual/literary projects include The Imagined Gallery and The Institute for Study & Application, Kohoutenberg. He has presented over 100 performances in 13 countries and co-produced several international cultural exchange projects between USA, France, Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. His installations and paintings have been widely exhibited in the Bay Area, and internationally in the Czech Republic, Belgium, England, Italy and Germany. Visual arts awards include the San Francisco Art Institute’s Adaline Kent Award (2000) and a Wallace Alexander Gerbode Visual Arts Award (2001). His work is archived at the Avant Writing Collection of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library of Ohio State University, Columbus and the Experimental Writing Collection of University at Buffalo, New York, and collected by The Contemporary Museum, Hawai’I, The Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, and many private collectors.
Samuel Beckett, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Haruli Murakami, Magnus Mills, Anna Kavan, Emily DIckinson, Virginia Woolf, Günter Grass, John Fahey, Joyce Carey, Ernest Hemingway, Ken Bruen, Leslie Scalapino, Clifford Hunt, Ellen Zweig, Kevin Killian, Frederic Tuten
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