Clark Stoeckley

Clark Stoeckley is an interdisciplinary artist and activist working in photography, illustration, performance, video, and graphic design. His latest projects include photographing stray animals and painting vibrant interpretations of sacred geometry.  As a courtroom sketch artist he authored a graphic novel The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning. His art has been exhibited at the International Spy Museum (Washington DC), Pratt Manhattan Gallery (New York City), Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, (New York City), EIDIA House (Brooklyn), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Copenhagen), Hartware Medien Kunst Verein (Dortmund), and Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis. His work has been featured in ARTnews, VICE, Hyperallergic, Associated Press, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, The Nation, and PBS. He earned a BFA in Alternative Media from Webster University and an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Art from Brooklyn College. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Art & Graphic Design at American University of Kuwait, and previously he taught at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. He is co-owner of Stick Em Up, a graphics and printing business based in Newark, NJ that specializes in graffiti stickers and vinyl signage for artists, activists, and galleries.

 Curriculum vitae


2010            MFA. Performance and Interactive Media Art, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY
2005            BFA, Studio Art: Alternative Media, Webster University, St. Louis, MO
2004            Study Abroad Program, Regent’s University London, London, UK


2016 - Present         Assistant Professor of Art and Graphic Design, American University of Kuwait, Salmiya, Kuwait

                                 Teaching:  Drawing 1, Drawing 2, Illustration, Introduction to Creativity

2011 –2016             Adjunct Professor, Creative Arts and Technology, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ

                                 Courses Taught: Experiments in Digital and Analog Media, Painting, Drawing, Protest Art, Serigraphy, Computer Imaging

2008 – 2010            Teaching Artist, Brooklyn College Community Partnership, Research Foundation of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY

2015                         Co-Owner and Graphic Designer, Stick Em Up, Newark, NJ
2014                         Graphic Designer and Production Specialist, Fast Signs, Newark, NJ
2014                         Graphic Designer, All Signs Direct, West Orange, NJ
2013                         Graphic Designer and Visual Coordinator, Courage to Resist, Oakland, CA
2012 – 2013            Graphic Designer and Public Relations Contractor, WikiLeaks, London, UK
2010 – 2011            Graphic Designer and Poster Artist, Irreverent Films, New York, NY
2005 – 2007            Owner, Clark Stoeckley Fine Art Gallery, Louisiana, MO


2020      Feral Felines, Plato's Cave, EIDIA House, Brooklyn, NY

2016      The United States vs. Pvt. Chelsea Manning, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis, MO

2015      The United States vs. Pvt. Chelsea Manning, Criminal Justice Gallery, Rutgers-Newark, Newark, NJ
2014      An Evening for Chelsea Manning, Theaterlab, New York, NY
2012      Collateral Torture, Plato’s Cave, EIDIA House, Brooklyn, NY
2011      Retrospective: 10 Years Post-9-11, Bloomfield College, Westminster Gallery, Bloomfield, NJ
2010      Peace Piece, Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, New York, NY
2009      Island Squatters, Rev. Billy Talen Mayoral Campaign Headquarters, New York, NY          
2008      Love to Vote Across America, Hamilton Fish Park - New York City Public Library, New York, NY


2020      The Elephant in the Room, Indiana University Kokomo Downtown Gallery, Kokomo, IN

2019      The Social Policing of Gender and the Criminalization of Queerness, Amos Eno Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
              Explore This! 15, Colored Pencil Society of America, online, (juried)
              Black and White Exhibition, Wejha Arts, Salmiya, Kuwait

              Looking at Al Sawaber, Contemporary Art Platform, Shuwaikh, Kuwait
2018      Assholes, EIDIA House, Plato’s Cave, Brooklyn NY
2017      Whistleblowers and Vigilantes, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
               Puppet President(s) & Power, EIDIA House, Plato’s Cave, Brooklyn NY

               Harmony in the City, Masaha 13, Shuwaikh, Kuwait

2016      Whistleblowers and Vigilantes, Hartware Medien Kunst Verein, Dortmund, German

               Do Not Ask, Solo(s) Project House, Newark, NJ

2015      40@100: A Dadah Reunion, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis, MO
              The Deconsumptionists, Fine Art Recreation Music, Toledo, OH

              Miami Invades NYC, Stuck Sticker Show, Brooklyn, NY

              Demolition Exhibition, Green Villain Productions, Jersey City, NJ
              AIDS Show, Life Lab, Newark, NJ

              Empowerment, Newark Arts Council, Newark, NJ
2014      The United States vs. Pvt. Chelsea Manning, International Spy Museum, Washington, DC

              Art in Odd Places, Chess Draw, Union Square, New York, NY

              The Deconsumptionists, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI

              Hackers on Planet Earth X, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, NY

              New York City Anarchist Film Festival, Theater 80 St. Marks, New York, NY

              Art for Chelsea Manning, Revolution Books, New York, NY
2013      WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit:

                        National Security Agency Headquarters, Fort George G. Meade, MD

                        Creation Nation Art and Peace Parade, Newark, NJ
2012     Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

             Party Headquarters, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY (assistant curator)
             Maker Faire, Queens Hall of Science, Queens, NY
             WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit:

                        Whitney Biennial: Surveillance Teach-In by Laura Poitras, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
                        Figment Festival, Governors Island, New York, NY
                        The New World Fair, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
                        Lost Horizon Night Market, Brooklyn, NY
                        Creation Nation Art and Peace Parade, Newark, NJ
2011    Critical Remix Festival, Appropriation Alliance, Gallery 25, Fresno, CA  (juried)

            New York City Anarchist Art Festival, The Living Theatre, New York, NY (juried)
            Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY 
            Maker Faire, Queens Hall of Science, Queens, NY

            Bailout Theater, Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY (collaboration with Larry Litt)

            Stendhal No 1. by Kerry Skarbakka, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
            WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit: 

                         Alexandria, VA, Arlington, VA, Baltimore, MD, Boston, MA, Brooklyn, NY
                         Philadelphia, PA, Newark, NJ, New York, NY, Quantico, VA, Washington D.C.  
2010    Collective Reasoning, St. Louis Artists' Guild Gallery, St. Louis, MO (juried, award)
            Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY  (assistant curator)                          

            The Fracking Show, Exit Art, New York, NY  (collaboration with Larry Litt)

            The Gallery of Yes Affordable Art Show, The House of Yes, Brooklyn, NY (juried)
            DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
            Palin, Market Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA
            Instructions for Initial Conditions, Drift Station Gallery, Lincoln, NE
            Army of Fun, Times Square, New York, NY  (Anonymous Theater Art Group collaboration)
            Blame Show by Larry Litt, Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, New York, NY
            Figment Festival, Bootless Camp by Guerrilla Girls Broadband, New York, NY
2009    Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY  (assistant curator)
            New York City Anarchist Art Festival, The Living Theatre, New York, NY  (co-curator)
            Learning Curve, Marian Spore, Brooklyn, NY (collaboration with Madison Omanhe)
            Rusted Gun Saloon, The House of Yes, Brooklyn, NY (collaboration with Lady Circus)
            Figment Festival, Governor's Island, New York, NY (collaboration with Hunter College IMA)
            Kings of Pop, Avenue A Sushi, New York, NY
            Bail Out Ball, Artists Wanted, Fort Greene Masonic Temple, Brooklyn, NY (juried)
            Dances with Nudes by Mariah Robertson, Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY
            Bonfire Funeral by Mariah Robertson, Guild and Greyshkul Gallery, New York, NY
            Visibility/Invisibility by Rod Williams, Santos Party House, New York, NY
2008    Party Headquarters, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY 
            Democracy in America, Park Avenue Armory, Creative Time, New York, NY (juried)
            Art of Democracy, NY Etchers Society, National Arts Club, New York, NY  (juried)                     

            Manifest Hope: Art for Obama, Andenken Gallery, Denver, CO  (juried)                
            DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
            Pratt Falls, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY
            Visual Slang, Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY 
            Election '08: Biennial Square Foot Show, Art Gotham Gallery, New York, NY
            Promised Land, Artists Wanted, Brooklyn, NY (juried)
            Bail Us Out, Wall Street, New York, NY (Anonymous Theater Art Group collaboration)
            Bushwick BETA Spaces Arts Festival, Labyrinth, Brooklyn NY
            No Deliveries Today by Miryana Todorova, Art in Odd Places, New York, NY
            Revolutionary Lovers by Sharon Hayes, Denver, CO and St. Paul, MN       
2007    Infra-Structures, Nu Art Series, St. Louis, MO 
2006    Flat Files, Contemporary Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO (juried)
            DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
2004    DADA Ball, Contemporary Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO


2020      Lunch Talk, Sharraf Studio, Kuwait City, Kuwait

               Visiting Artist Lecture, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ

2019      “Introducing Figure Drawing to Arab Students” Updating the Academy: Figure Drawing & Social Responsibility, panelist,

              Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Conference, Columbus, OH
              Intersections, panel discussant, TypeCal Symposium, Dar al Athar al Islamiyyah, Yarmouk, Kuwait

              Visiting Artist Lecture, Berkeley College, New York, NY
2018      “The Meme to End All Memes”, Alt-Aesthetics: The Alt-Right and the New Turn in Appropriation, panelist, College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA

              Visiting Artist Lecture, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey
2017      “Street Artists for Trump… Just Kidding, There Weren’t Any”, Art of the Zeal, panelist, Southeastern College Art Conference, Columbus, OH 

2015     “Political Prank Practice”, Truth Telling and Parafiction: Practice and Theory, panelist, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY
             “Political Prank Practice”, Productive Lies: Activism and the Parafictional, panelist,  Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present Conference, Greenville, SC
             Street Art Revolution, panel chair, FATE: Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN

             "Introducing Performance Art in the Design Foundations Studio", Utilizing the Repertoire: Performance Studies in Foundations, panelist
             FATE: Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN
             “The US vs. Pvt. Chelsea Manning” Queers & Comics Conference, panelist,  CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Long Island University – Post, Brookville, NY
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Webster University, St. Louis, MO

2014     The Festival of Subversive Artists and Minds, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA

2013     “How Does a Patriot Act?”, Art in the Age of High Security, New Media Caucus,  panelist, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY 
             “Participatory Artivism”, Local/Global – Social Practice Art, panelist, postHaus, FATE: Foundations in Art: Theory and Education Conference, Savannah, GA
             Visiting Artist Lecture, University of North Texas, Core Talks, Denton, TX

2011     "New York City Pranksters", The Art of Pranks, panelist, College Art Association Conference, New York, NY
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Empire State College, New York, NY
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ 
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Salisbury State University, Salisbury, MD
             Visiting Artist Lecture, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD
             Visiting Artist Lecture, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH



The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning: A Graphic Account from Inside the Courtroom (London, UK, New York, NY: O/R Books), 2014

            “Inside the Chelsea Manning Trial: Is WikiLeaks a Journalistic Outfit?”, The Nation, June 9, 2014                 

            “How Does a Patriot Act?”, Media-N Journal, CAA Conference Edition, Volume 9, Number 2, Summer 2013



Akşam, “WikiLeaks Davasi”, July 7

          Candice Ruud, Newsday, “Activist Sues Nassau PD over alleged false arrest”, February, 11  
Nabiz Haber, “A Book: WikiLeaks Case”, July 29
NJTV New Jersey Public Television, State of the Arts, “Clark Stoeckley”, March
Patrick Vallélian,, “Respect for Whistleblowers”, December 1
Sputnik News, “WikiLeaks Reveals US Self-Serving ‘Trade in Services’ Agenda”, July 2
W Brice McVicar, SiteProNews, “Assange Accuses U.S. Government of Committing Lawfare”, October 9    


          Adrian Chen, The New Yorker, “Anonymous No More: Sabu Walks”, May 28                   

          Alexandra Brodsky, Feministing, “Graphic novel illustrates Chelsea Manning’s trial,” June 6
Allison Meier, Hyperallergic, “An Edward Snowden Statue, Slow Dancing with Strangers, and More Art in Odd Places”, October 14 
Alyona Minkovski, HuffPost Live, Free Speech Zone, June 2
Andreia Martins, Clichetes, “Todos Somos WikiLeaks”         
Anthony Tarrant, ROAR Magazine, “Conscience on trial: the United States vs. Manning”, May 26      

          Cicero, “Manning und die Wikileaks-Akten: Der Hochverratsprozess im Comic”
Daniel Jockovino, Essex Daily News, “Bloomfield College Instructor has book coming out.”, February 10               
Daniel Stuckey and Andrew Blake, VICE: Motherboard, “How an FBI Informant Ordered the Hack of British Tabloid 'The Sun'”, October 14           
Daniel Stuckey and Andrew Blake, VICE: Motherboard, “How an FBI Informant Helped Orchestrate the Hack of an FBI Contractor”, June 18       
Daniel Stuckey and Andrew Blake, VICE: Motherboard, “Exclusive: How FBI Informant Sabu Helped Anonymous Hack Brazil”, June 5          
Daniel Stuckey, VICE: Motherboard, “After 7 Months in Jail, LulzSec Hacker Hector ‘Sabu’ Monsegur Walks Free”, May 27            
David-Elijah Nahmod, The Bay Area Reporter, “Manning gets her grand marshal honor one year later”, June 26
Elisabeth Donnelly, Flavorwire, “Summer Reading: 20 New Nonfiction Books That Will Make You Smarter”, May 19
Enthropy, “Best of 2014: Non-Fiction Books”, December 1
Fruzsina Eördögh, VICE: Motherboard, “The Manning Trial's Graphic Novelization Gives Color, Humanity to Legal Greyness”, June 2      
Gabriel Carlyle, Peace News, “Clark Stoeckley, The United States vs Pvt. Chelsea Manning”, October - November 2014, Issue 2574-2575          
Katie Moore, Utne Reader, “Book Review: The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning”, July 3
Kevin Gosztola, FireDogLake, “FDL Book Salon: The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning”, June 15            
Jeff Durkin, We Are Change Connecticut, “U.S. vs. Private Chelsea Manning: A Graphic Account from Inside the Courtroom”, April 1                
Jeff Durkin, We Are Change Connecticut, “Clark Stoeckley on the Manning trial, Jeremy Hammond, Barrett Brown & weev”, May 14             

          Jillian Steinhauer, Los Angeles Review of Books, “The Silencing of Chelsea Manning”, August 22

          John Queally, Common Dreams, “WikiLeaked Doc Reveals Wall Street Plan for Global Financial Deregulation”, June 19
Jordan Branch, The Writers Bloc, "Artist-Turned-Activist Chats About Graffiti and Subversion", November 1
Law and Disorder Radio, May 26
openDemocracy, “Graphic novel: The United States vs Pvt Chelsea Manning”, June 3
Russia Today, “Anonymous hacker-turned FBI informant Sabu avoids jail time”, May 27         

          Russia Today, “US vs. Private Manning”, April 16 
Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley Interview with RT International on Ferguson Post-Verdict Riots”, November 25          
Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley Interview with RT International on Julian Assange's four-year detention”, December 8                  
Russia Today, ‘Assange case - a witch-hunt by Swedish govt pressed by US’, December 8            
Sanjiv Bhattacharya, Esquire, “The Battle For The Internet's Future”, January 26        
Zoë Schlanger, Newsweek, “Graphic Novel Illustrates How Chelsea Manning Was Treated in Prison”, June 5 

Adi Robertson, The Verge, “WikiLeaks promotes 'Mediastan' documentary in US as 'The Fifth Estate' launches”, October 18                
Alex Wagner, Now with Alex Wagner, MSNBC, “What will be the effect of the Manning verdict?”, July 29                                                       
Alison Flood, The Guardian, “Bradley Manning trial to be recreated in comic-book form”, June 11 
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, “Live Coverage of Bradley Manning Verdict”, July 30    
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, “Behind the Scenes of the Bradley Manning Trial”, July 10             
Andrea Bressa, Panorama, “Bradley Manning diventa un fumetto”, June 12  
Andrew Blake, VICE, “Bradley Manning’s Court Testimony – Leaked”, March 12         
Andrew Blake, VICE, “Bradley Manning Pleaded Guilty Yesterday: ‘I did it.’”, March 1
Ashley Brooke Roberts, The Barnes & Noble Book Blog, October Indie Books Roundup!, October 9
Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times, Bradley Manning’s WikiLeaks trial: Book parts delivered as it happens.”, June 7         
Charlie Connell, Headlines & Global News, “Bradley Manning Trial to Become a Comic Book”, June 11                 
Chase Madar, The Nation, “What Is in Bradley Manning’s Leaks, Anyway?”, June 6         
Chase Madar, The Nation, “The Trials of Bradley Manning”, July 31 (print, cover)
Chase Madar, Al Jazeera, “The sky darkens for American journalism”, July 24

          Chris Hedges, Truthdig, “We Are Bradley Manning”, March 3
Christine Jun, Dazed Digital, “The dA-Zed Guide to Surveillance”, August 25
Christopher King, Melville House, “Meet the artists documenting America’s secret trials”, June 17
Daniel Bates, Daily Mail, EXCLUSIVE: First video 'of NYPD undercover cop at scene of brutal road rage attack', October 9
David Dishneau, Associated Press, “Artists, Activists Unite at Bradley Manning Trial”, June 26
Fruzsina Eördögh, Vice: Motherboard, “The WikiLeaks Truck Is Still Rustling Jimmies at Bradley Manning's Trial”, June 25
Joe Coscarelli, New York Magazine, “Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty of Aiding Enemy”, July 30             
Kathianne Boniello, New York Post, “Cops hid Occupy Wall Street artists truck for a week: lawsuit”, September 8
Kevin Gosztola, Firedoglake, “Clark Stoeckley, Court Sketch Artist and WikiLeaks Truck Driver, on Being Banned from Manning’s Trial” August 3
Kevin Gosztola and Greg Mitchell, Truth and Consequences: The U.S. vs. Bradley Manning, (Dayton, OH, Sinclair Books: 2013)
Kevin Melrose, Robot 6, Comic Book Resources, “Comic artist chronicles Bradley Manning trial from courtroom”, June 11
Maria Vista, ComicsBlog, Bradley Manning, il processo in un fumetto di Clark Stoeckley, June 13
Michael Connor, Rhizome, “Sketching Bradley Manning”, July 3
Nicole Sandler, Radio or Not, “All The News the Coprorate Media Doesn’t Deem You Fit to Know”, July 30 
Rachel Arons, The New Yorker, “Book News: Revisiting ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four,’ Bradley Manning Comic”, June 12
Russia Today, “Manning testimony recording could be a direct leak from the government”, March 14      

          Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley on why Bradley Manning is a brave”, July 30
Russia Today, “Clark Stoeckley RT TV exclusive interview on Bradley Manning”, August 20
Russia Today, “Judge to deliver Manning sentence on Wednesday”, August 20

          Russia Today, “Manning Nobel Peace Prize nomination”, May 31
Russia Today America, “Sketch artist banned from Manning trial”, July 30
Ruthann Robson, Constitutional Law Prof Blog, “Bradley Manning’s “Secret” Trial”, April, 18
Sian Dolding, Dazed Digital, “Bradley Manning: The Comic Book”, August 6
Waleed Aly and Julian Morrow, RN Drive, “Bradley Manning Comic Book” June 14         
Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “US v. Bradley Manning court-martial told in graphic novel form by Wikileaks Truck artist”, July 23 
Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning trial judge increased press security because of repeat violations of the rules of court.”, July 25
Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning expected to speak in court Wednesday, ‘my problem’ email surfaces in trial”, August 13
Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., US vs. Bradley Manning: defense rests, Manning won't testify, Wikileaks gets respect”, July 7


          Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Every Bidder Bailed on the WikiLeaks Truck”, January 19

          Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “The Wikileaks Truck Is For Sale.”, January 3      

          Adrian Chen, Gawker, “The Wikileaks Truck Is For Sale.”, January 3
Andrew Blake, VICE, “The Torture of Bradley Manning”, December 15  
Bucky Turco, Animal, “WikiLeaks Truck For Sale.”, January 3
Cathy Vogan, Thing2Thing, “Clark Stoeckley: Wiki-Trucking Man”, April 13 
Ed Roth, Stencil 101: Style, pages 16-17 (New York, NY: Chronicle Books, 2012)        
Fruzsina Eördögh, The Daily Dot, “Wikileaks Truck mechanic Doctor Adventure appears on Oddities”, February 23
Huffington Post Live, “Is Anonymity Good for Free Speech?”, October 19             
Jonathan Welsh, Wall Street Journal, “WikiLeaks Truck' For Sale on eBay”, January 3
Joseph Schulhoff, Animal, “Presenting the WikiLeaks Race Car”, March 28          

          Julian Assange, World Tomorrow, “Revealed: Assange pre-show full interview”, April 16

          Lorraine Murphy, The Daily Dot, “WikiLeaks Truck still up for sale – if you have the cash”, January 17    
Lorraine Murphy, The Daily Dot, “WikiLeaks truck activist does Bradley Manning Courtroom Sketches”, March 23 
Oddities, Science Channel, “Sorceress of Love”, Season 3, Episode 11, February 18
Russia Today, “Bradley Manning for Nobel Peace Prize?”, February 6        

          Russia Today, “Assange asks for political asylum in Ecuador”, June 19

          Russia Today, “The New York Times apologizes for ignoring Bradley Manning”, December 6
Xeni Jardin, Boing. Boing., “Bradley Manning's pre-trial hearing: live-blogging, live-tweeting, and live-sketching”, November 30


          Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Occupy Wall Street Gets Its Generators Back”, November 8
Adam Martin, The Atlantic Wire, “Sympathetic Judge Frees the WikiLeaks Truck”, November 23             
Adrian Chen, Gawker, “NYPD ‘Loses’ the Occupy Wall Street Wikileaks Truck”, November 22 
Adrian Chen, Gawker, “Occupy Wall Street Wikileaks Truck Recovered from Law’s Cruel Grasp”, November 23
Alex Silverman, CBS Radio, “What’s Up With That WikiLeaks Truck Parked Near Lincoln Center?”, July 13 
Alyona Minkovski, The Alyona Show, Russia Today, “Happy Hour”, November 23
Ann Landi, ARTnews, “The Joke’s on Us”, pages 92-93 (print) December 13      

          Bucky Turco, Animal, “Wikileaks Truck Found Alive”, November 23       
Bucky Turco, Animal,  “Wikileaks Truck Kidnapped By the NYPD”, November 22          
Christopher Robbins, The Gothamist, “WikiLeaks Truck Spotted at Fox News, Union Square”, July 2                     
Democracy Now!, “David House on Bradley Manning, Secret WikiLeaks Grand Jury, and   U.S. Surveillance”, July 11
Fruzsina Eördögh, The Daily Dot, “Meet Clark Stoeckley, the artist who drives the WikiLeaks truck.”, December 5 
Jacob Andrews, WikiLeaksMovie, “The Wikileaks Truck Driver Clark Stoeckley - Creator of Wikileaks Top Secret Mobile Collection Unit, June11 
Jeff Bahr, The Observer, “Beautifying Bloomfield – one overpass at a time”, December 21
Joe Coscarelli, New York Magazine, “What Did the NYPD Do With the Occupy Wall Street WikiLeaks Truck?”, November 22

          Joey Skaggs, Art of the Prank, “WikiLeaks Mobile Information Unit on the Move”, June 14 
Josh Harkinson, Mother Jones, “Inside Occupy Wall Street's All-Nighter”, October 14
Lincoln Anderson, The Villager, “A new type of tent city has grown at Occupy Wall Street”, Volume 81, Number 22, November 3 (print) 
Linda Federico-O'Murchu, Bloomfield Patch, “A Splash of Color on JFK Drive”, December 18
Ryan Gallagher, Frontline Club, “In Praise of the… WikiLeaks Truck”, June 9

D.B. Burkeman and Monica LoCascio, Stickers: Stuck-Up Piece of Crap: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art,

          page 26 and 28 (New York, NY:  Rizzoli, October, 2010) 
Jen Carlson, Gothamist, “Painted Flag Censored From Brooklyn Art Show”, July 6
Pia Catton, Wall Street Journal, "Flag Art Nixed in Brooklyn", July 8, (print)

Casey Silex, Minn Post, “Panhandling on Wall Street”, October 16                     
David Ebony, Art in America, “The Perennial Optimist: Robert Indiana”, November 1      
Elizabeth Hester, Financial Post, “Fired Wall Street workers seek jobs at 'Pink Slip Party'”, November 11
Jen Carlson, Gothamist, “Street Artist Urges NYC to VOTE”, July 9
Kim Hastreiter, Paper, “Bushwicked! Scooping out the Hipster Ghettos of Bushwick”, July 23, (print) 
Lucas Mann, The Nation, "The People's Art Comes Out for Obama”, November 4, (print)
Lucas Mann, The Villager, "Getting the Message Across with Pop Art and Spray Paint.", Volume 78, Number 5, July 2, (print) 
Melissa Lee, Lincoln Journal Star, "Artist Brings Vote Campaign to Lincoln.", August 30 (print, cover) 

          Trixie Bedlam, Overspray, "All You Need is Vote.", Fall, Issue #9, p. 10  (print, cover)

2012             The Yes Lab, Hemispheric Institute, New York University, New York, NY

2011             The Electronic Gallery, Salisbury State University, Visiting Artist, Salisbury, MD
                     Chance House Residency, John Cage Memorial Park, Deal Island, MD

2010             EMERGENYC, Hemispheric Institute, New York University, New York, NY


2014 – present           The Association for the Study of Arts of the Present
2012 – present           FATE: Foundations in Art: Theory & Education

2009 – present           College Art Association

2009 – present           New Media Caucus


2012 – present               EIDIA House, Brooklyn, NY

2008 – 2012                   Jan Larsen Art, New York, NY   
2008 – 2011                   Elements of Design, St. Louis, MO
2007 – 2010                   Granite Bank Gallery, Quincy, IL                                                 
2006 – 2007                   Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Store, Detroit, MI

2005 – 2010                   So-Oh Fine Art, Lincoln, NE


2013                Law Office of Stecklow, Cohen, and Thompson, New York, NY

2012                Casa Mezcal, New York, NY

                        Zöe Restaurant, New York, NY

2011                Electronic Gallery, Salisbury State University, Salisbury, MD
2010                Burning Man Arts Festival, Black Rock City and Gerlach, NV                              
                        DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY

2009                Coney Island U.S.A. Residential Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY
                        Rev. Billy Talen Mayoral Campaign Headquarters, New York, NY
                        Rubulad Performance Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
                        Walt Whitman Middle School, New York Cares, Brooklyn, NY

2008                Axel and Harry's Waterfront Restaurant, Put-In-Bay, OH
                        Jan Larsen Art, Brooklyn, NY
                        Knickerbockers Bar and Yai Yai's Restaurant, Lincoln, NE
                        Mod Livin' Contemporary Furniture, Denver, CO
                        NYC Swag Skateboards and Apparel, Brooklyn, NY
                        Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY
                        State Senator Kevin Parker District Headquarters, Brooklyn, NY
                        State Senator Eric Adams District Headquarters, Brooklyn, NY
                        The Royale Bar and Lounge, St. Louis, MO
                        Upper Peninsula Democratic Party Headquarters, Marquette, MI
                        US Representative Yvette Clarke District Headquarters, Brooklyn, NY



2003 – 2007      

Art and Apples, Rochester, MI
Art at the Glen, Glenview, IL
Art in the Park, Columbia Art League, Columbia, MO
Art in the Park, Highland Arts Council, Highland, IL  (Best of Show)
Art in the Park, Plymouth, MI  (Poster Artist)
Art on the Bluff, Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, MI
Art on the Square, Belleville, IL
Art on the Square, Madison, WI

Artfest Fort Myers, Fort Myers, FL  (2nd Best of 2-Dimensional)
Artfest on Walnut Street, Springfield Regional Arts Council, Springfield, MO
Artigras Fine Arts Festival, Jupiter, FL  (Best of Drawing)
Arts, Beats, and Eats, Pontiac, MI
Bayou City Art Festival, Art Colony Association, Houston, TX
Black Swamp Art Fair, Bowling Green, OH
Bonita Springs National Art Festival, Center for the Arts, Bonita Springs, FL
Boston Mills Artfest, Peninsula, OH
Brighton Arts Festival, Chamber of Commerce, Brighton, MI  (Best of Show)
Broad Ripple Art Fair, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
Carmel International Arts Festival, Art and Design District, Carmel, IN
Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia Cultural Affairs, Columbia, MO
Columbus Festival of the Arts, Columbus, OH
Festival of Fine Arts, Wilmette Art Guild, Wilmette, IL
Festival of the Arts, Miami Beach, FL  (Best of Drawing)
Glenview Arts Festival, Glenview Artists’ Guild, Glenview, IL
Gold Coast Art Fair, Chicago, IL
Greenwich Village Art Fair, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL
Hinsdale Art Festival, Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce, Hinsdale, IL
Lakefront Art Festival, Lubeznik Center for the Arts, Michigan City, IN  (Award)
Miami Beach Festival of the Arts, Miami Beach, FL
Midwest Salute to the Masters, Fairview Heights, IL
Naples National Art Fair, Von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL
Oktoberfest, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Omaha Summer Arts Festival, Omaha, NE  (Best of Show)
Powderhorn Art Fair, Powderhorn Park Association, Minneapolis, MN
Prairie Arts Festival, Schaumburg Center for the Arts, Schaumburg, IL
Prairie Village Art Fair, Prairie Village, KS
Promenade of Art, Arlington Heights, IL
Shaw Neighborhood Art Fair, St.. Louis, MO
South University Art Fair, Ann Arbor, MI
Stone Arch Art Festival, Minneapolis, MN
Talbot Street Art Fair, Indianapolis, IN
Tempe Festival of the Arts, Downtown Tempe Association, Tempe, AZ
Three Rivers Art Festival, Covington, LA
Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA
Town Art Show, Parkinson Foundation of the Heartland, Leawood, KS
Uptown Art Fair, Minneapolis, MN