Clara Allison is a sound artist interested in intimacy and empathy. Her works explore connective networks, queer power dynamics, collaborative creation, and decolonialist approaches to western music composition. She is also a lover of drag/camp aesthetics as earnest and vulnerable forms of expression.
Clara has worked in Greenland as an NSF funded artist fellow for the Institute for Arctic studies, taught classes in acoustic ecology/ field recording, and led workshops on beginner sound programming practices. She holds a BA from Bard College in Electronic Music/Sound and Literature, an MA from Dartmouth in Digital Musics, and is currently pursuing her DMA in composition at Stanford.