Michael Clark was born in June 1962 is a choreographer and dancer. Michael Clark was born in Aberdeen and began conventional Scottish dancing in the age of four.
In 1975 he left home to study at the Royal Ballet School working in London, as well as on his trip to the school he was given Choreographic Award the Ursula Moreton. In 1979 Clark joins Ballet Rambert, worked mostly with Richard Alston, he created role for him in Bell High (1979), Landscape (1980), and Rainbow Ripples (1981), subsequently, two solos: Dutiful Ducks (1982) and Soda Lake (1981). After, attendance in a summer school with John Cage and Merce Cunningham lead him to utilize Karole Armitage, when he meets Charles Atlas.
The first concert of his own choreography is at 1982 on Riverside Studios London, where he becomes occupant choreographer. By 1984 Clark had made 16 original pieces for himself, his friends, and various small-scale businesses.
Michael Clark and Company was launched in 1984 with two works: Do You Me? Used to do and New Puritans. The business was an instantaneous achievement and tours globally without caca phoney H and the H.air (1984). phoney caca H. (1985).
Throughout the occasion Clark collaborates through fashion style Bodymap, performers Trojan and Leigh Bowery, along with Laibach Wire and The Fall, ,. He formed significant works for his firm for example No Fire Escape in Hell (1986), Because We Should (1987), and that i Am Curious Orange (1988).
During 1989 the Anthony d’Offay corridor in London charged Clark to produce Heterospective.
After three years of commissions and solo work he comes up with original version of Mmm… (1992) and went on to produce O in 1994. In 1998 he offered a new complete work, SEE/current, in collaboration with Pearson, Susan Stenger, Simon Hussein Chalayan and Big Bottom. The introduction of this work had become the subject matter of documentary of a BBC direction by Sophie Fiennes.
Last year, his business toured new work, which premiered at the Venice Biennale in June of this year.
In October of 2010, his company performed 'Come, Been and Gone' in Melbourne, Australia. This worked featured dances to the music of vintage David Bowie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop.