Mark Mcleod is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at Middle Tennessee State
University with research interests in the fallibility of memory and the use of new
technology in the creation of sculptural works. Before moving to MTSU he served for
10 years as the only full time art faculty at Cleveland State Community College where
he was awarded 12 grants to support both his own works of art and the self directed
international artist residency Accessibility.
Having earned an MFA in Sculpture from Syracuse University, Mark’s most recent work
makes use of digital and CNC technologies to create layered sculptural drawings. These
works explore the error prone and ever changing nature of memory and how this affects
how we come to understand ourselves.