Edmund Clark (UK,1963) uses photography, found imagery and text to explore links between representation and politics. His work traces ideas of shared humanity, otherness and unseen experience through landscape, architecture and the documents, possessions and environments of subjects of political tension. Edmund’s photographs have been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums such as Huis Marseille Museum, Amsterdam; Houston Center for Photography, Texas; Saatchi Gallery, London and Aperture Foundation, New York. His work is featured in many important national and international collections including those of the National Portrait Gallery and Imperial War Museum in London, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and The George Eastman House, Rochester. Edmund Clark was shortlisted for the 2013 Prix Pictet for his series Guantanamo: If the Light Goes Out, and his work has been recognised with other numerous awards. Negative Publicity was awarded the Documentary and Photojournalism prize at the 2017 ICP Infinity Awards.