September 24 October 2004
Studio Voltaire's third annual open submission exhibition aims to showcase the strength and diversity of its studio and external membership, which currently compromises over 150 artists. Every year, the changing panel of invited artists, collectors, critics and curators, select artist's work. Previous selectors include Pablo Bronstein, artist and Eva Tait, formerly of Entwistle Gallery.
This year's exhibition includes the work of seventeen artists, with around half originating from outside of the United Kingdom, including France, Germany, Korea, North America and Australia. The panel have selected the most engaging work from this year¹s submissions to produce a diverse gathering of artistic practices.
Works include Die Mutanten, a new Videosculpture by Markus Vater, a site specific architectural intervention by Marte Eknaes and paintings by Greg Rook that present his spiritual iconography of the Wild West. In addition, Kathrin Bohm and Andreas Lang will provide Preview guests and Studio Voltaire studio users with bbcube, a fully functioning fold out barbecue and seating unit. The exhibition invite has been given over to Iain Drummond for his contribution to SVO4.
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Studio Voltaire is a registered arts and educational charity. Our core running costs are funded by income from studio rents and administration fees. The remaining income is secured through the support of individuals, charitable organisations and corporate sponsorship. Our vision is to continue to strengthen Studio Voltaire¹s role as an innovative cultural centre and resource.