Jeff Stark’s site-responsive work emphasizes the significance and spectacle of collective experience. His diverse projects range from secret dinners to full-scale theatrical productions that make sometimes unauthorized use of public and private spaces.


His projects are collaborative. He has worked with Todd Chandler on three iterations of Empire Drive-In, and with several artist groups and collectives, including the Miss Rockaway Armada, Swimming Cities, Madagascar Institute, Rubulad, and Flux Factory. 


His events have been covered by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and National Public Radio, as well as by international media organizations like ARD Germany, the BBC, and NHK in Japan.


Stark is also the editor of the long-running Nonsense NYC, a weekly email list for independent art and weird events. The New York Times said it delivered "an unending sense of people thinking big — extravagantly, even — and all for nothing." "Thanks to him," wrote New York magazine, "what might be a series of unrelated events feels like a movement."


He teaches in the NYU Art Department.