Tom Clark

Tom Clark recently graduated from the Strelka Institute of Media, Architecture and Design in Moscow, where he investigated phenomena ranging from the design of memory on the Lower Volga to the Russian trajectory of biotechnology. Before that he and a friend set up and ran a company hosting panel discussions in London. He read Russian and Philosophy at university and currently lives between Moscow and London.

Letter from: Altai, wilderness on the edge of change

Letter from: Altai, wilderness on the edge of change

Off the rails: why abolishing platskart will spell the end of an era for Russian train travel

Off the rails: why abolishing platskart will spell the end of an era for Russian train travel

Russia tomorrow: why the future is bright, compassionate and prosthetically enhanced

Russia tomorrow: why the future is bright, compassionate and prosthetically enhanced