Clark Matt

Dienstag, 11.09.2018, 09.00 – 09.30
Transitional Spaces (Keynote)

Working in between disciplines unveils uncharted territories that can be both challenging and fascinating at the same time. This exploration of the unknown represents a transitional journey, an invitation to the unfamiliar. Through their practice, UVA have frequently visit these liminal spaces, where new forms of looking at reality might come to light, both for the artist and for the viewer.

Matt Clark will discuss this topic through examples of UVA’s work, giving insight to the process and inspiration of the studio’s practice


Matt Clark
United Visual Artists, London GB

Matt Clark is the founder of United Visual Artists. He provides the conceptual and artistic direction for the studio’s output. UVA’s broad body of work encompasses wall-based artwork, sculpture, large-scale site-specific installation and performative projects.

The practice examines our relationship with technology and the integrity of knowledge; creating artwork which often transcends the purely physical and questions the relativity of our experience.

UVA has been commissioned worldwide by institutions including the Barbican Curve gallery, Manchester International Festival, Royal Academy, Serpentine Galleries, The Wellcome Trust, Victoria & Albert Museum, YCAM, Japan. It has also had works acquired into the collections of the Fondation Cartier, France and MONA, Australia.

Additionally, the practice has an open and inclusive approach to collaboration, which has led to a diverse range of projects with artists like choreographer Benjamin Millepied and the Paris Opéra Ballet, filmmaker Adam Curtis and musicians Massive Attack, Battles and James Blake.


Great Animal Orchestra

 Great Animal Orchestra - Cartier Foundation, Paris 2016
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