Mark Booth is an interdisciplinary artist, sound artist, and writer.  He received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  Exhibitions and projects include The Sea is Represented by an Irregular Shape at Devening Projects and Editions Chicago, God is Represented by the Sea, Adds Donna Gallery Chicago, Nothing to do with wizards, O'Connor Gallery, Domincan University, River Forest, IL., pierecednightstarvoice at Schalter Gallery, Berlin, Germany, The Stinging Tentacles Of Anxiety That Constrict The Heart Are Healed By The Light Of An Inner Sun, Gahlberg Gallery, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL., Spanish Still Life (or a large list of merged animals), Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL., Endless (Perverted by Language/Delay 1968), UBS 12x12, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, IL.. Collaborative projects include the exhibition (6) The Speed of the Word Sound/The Sound of the Word Speed, at Light Projects, Northcote, Victoria, Australia, with Micheal Graeve, the performance Quiet (A disruptive fog (or a hogshead full of vapor called memory) in Chicago, Illinois with Karen Christopher and John Sisson, and BERGBASTARDS with Volker Saul. He has performed and exhibited in the United States, Scandinavia, Australia, and Germany. Booth is an assistant professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he currently teaches creative writing and sound (as well as painting, drawing, and performance sometimes but not recently). Booth has collaborated sonically with Michael Graeve, Lou Mallozzi, Shawn Decker, and Coppice.