Catharine Clark specializes in experimental video and digital media. Originally established in 1991, her gallery was the first in the city to have a dedicated media room. In 2010, Clark opened a sister space in a New York apartment devoted to performances, events, and installations, and in 2013 she relocated the SF gallery to Potrero Hill. The new, sprawling space, a former door factory, was designed by LA architect Tim Campbell. Now she represents 30 contemporary artists, exhibiting work such as Stacey Steers’ video installations and Nina Katchadourian’s video, photography, sound installations, and sculpture. In 2017 Clark showcased select works by the famed Japanese artist Masami Teraoka.