United Visual Artists (UVA)

TypeArtist
Collective
Associated person(s) Matthew Clark
Chris Bird
Ash Nehru
URLsArtist's page (en)
Wikipedia (en)
Other Interview with UVA on VICE (en)


Awards
Award2011Creative Review AnnualCreative ReviewLondon (GB)
Award2010Pix Art electronicaPix Art electronica
Award2008yellow pencil and d&ad awards 2008d&adLondon (GB)


Exhibitions
Group exhibition2016The Great Animal Orchestra,Fondation CartierParis (FR)
Project2014Blueprint I & IIPhiladephia Science CenterPhiladelphia (US)
Project2009Earth: Art of a Changing WorldThe Royal Academy and Burlington ArcadeLondon (GB)
Solo exhibition2008Array - Yuda Art Project for YCAMChuya MuseumYamaguchi (JP)
Solo exhibition2006VolumeVictoria and Albert MuseumLondon (GB)


2013
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Projects

London, United Kingdom
Realisation of Summer Pavilion Intervention in the Serpentine Gallery, London

2013
2013
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Projects

Bath, United Kingdom
Realisation of »Passage«, a permanent installation in Bath

2013
2003
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Projects

Bristol, United Kingdom
United Visual Artists was originally founded to develop the stage design for Massive Attack, a music group from Bristol.

2003
2003
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Education

London, United Kingdom
United Visual Artists (UVA) are designers and architects by training: Matt Clark – Creative Director, Chris Bird – Technical Director, Ash Nehru – Software Director, Annika Stark – Studio Manager, Alexandros Tsolakis – Architect, Ben Kreukniet – Designer, Rosie Mitchell – Project manager, Tiemen Rapati – Interaction Designer, Nick Found – Industrial Designer, Vincent de Belleval – Creative Technologist, Ulla Winkler – Project Manager

2003

UVA (United Visual Artists) is a London based collective founded in 2003 by British artist Matt Clark. UVA’s diverse body of work integrates new technologies with traditional media such as sculpture, performance and site-specific installation.

Drawing from sources ranging from ancient philosophy to theoretical science, the practice explores the cultural frameworks and natural phenomena that shape our cognition, creating instruments that manipulate our perception and expose the relativity of our experiences. Rather than material objects, UVA’s works are better understood as events in time, in which the performance of light, sound and movement unfolds. ...

https://uva.co.uk/about (18.04.2021)

 

 

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Momentum photo Momentum 2014 Chris Bird Matthew Clark Ash Nehru  United Visual Artists (UVA) 
Musica Universalis photo Musica Universalis 2016 United Visual Artists (UVA) 
Speed Of Light photo Speed Of Light 2010 United Visual Artists (UVA) Chris Bird Matthew Clark Ash Nehru