Looking for Clues: Mary Helena Clark’s First Films

by Sam Warren Miell At a certain point in the career of an artist, early work will begin to be regarded as a repository of clues to understanding what follows—rough drafts of what will be fully integrated in a ‘mature’ period, that is in turn cast as the fruition of a promise latent or only intermittently present in that early work. If this tendency risks … Continue reading Looking for Clues: Mary Helena Clark’s First Films