Matt Clark leads United Visual Artists (UVA) based in London, UK. Since 2003, the studio has amassed a diverse, multidisciplinary body of work that integrates new technologies with traditional media such as sculpture, performance, site-specific installation and spatial design. Works to explore the tension between real and synthesised experiences; question our relationship with technology, and our perceptual experiences of natural phenomena such as space and time.Clark is also a visiting tutor at the Royal College of Art and gives frequent lectures at Victoria & Albert Museum, UCLA, Ars Electronica, Design Indaba, Glasgow School of Art, and the Design Museum. He studied at Central Saint Martins School of Art London and completed a BA Communication Design and Fine Art Sculpture at Camberwell College of Art. Creative collaborations include those with musicians Massive Attack and James Blake, filmmaker Adam Curtis and choreographer Benjamin Millepied; his work has been widely exhibited internationally at museums, galleries and cultural institutions.

About the project

"The chosen fragment of text ‘and tomorrow, where shall we go?’ is taken from a work by John Berger, a mediation on a wide range of subjects including art, love, death, place, absence, space and time. These six words perfectly capture the sense of possibility and the thrill of venturing into both an unexplored place and an unknown future that travel gives us. This resonates with Louis Vuitton’s own spirit of adventure and his contribution to enabling people to journey beyond geographic boundaries in order to experience new, broader horizons. The artwork’s form is an interpretation of the Louis Vuitton trunk onto which a projection fleets between light and shadow, its animation intermittently mirroring and playing with the Maison’s Damier pattern."

Artwork text: “And tomorrow where shall we go?” ― From ‘Distance’, and our faces, my heart, brief as photos by John Berger. Published in 1984 by Pantheon Books.

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