Matt Clark
b. 1974, UK; lives and works in London

1994-97 Camberwell College of Arts, London, BA 

United Visual Artists (UVA) 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. Their work has been commissioned internationally by institutions such as The Barbican, The Royal Academy of Arts, and V&A in London, Mona in Tasmania and Fondation Cartier Pour L’art Contemporain in Paris.

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