Barbican Curve, London.
Walking through the dark passage along the gallery, the visitors and the space are illuminated by oscillating pendulum-like elements and guided by the sound.

With their last work, Momentum, United Visual Artists (UVA) are offering a fantastic immersive experience: a way to forget about time and space.
Elements like dark and light, sound and movement are combined together to communicate at a different level of perception. The visitor is taking his own time to walk along the 'curve' becoming immediately an essential part of the work.

All photo credits: United Visual Artists: Momentum (Installation images), © Bethany Clark/Getty Images, courtesy Barbican Art Gallery
United Visual Artists (UVA) is a London based art practice that combines a wide range of disciplines including sculpture, installation, live performance, and architecture. The studio was founded in 2003 by Matthew Clark, Chris Bird and Ash Nehru.

United Visual Artists have been commissioned by Artwise Curators, The Creators Project, La Gaite Lyrique, National Maritime Museum, Opera North, Royal Academy of Arts, Victoria & Albert Museum, Manchester International Festival, The Serpentine Gallery and YCAM Japan. Their work has been exhibited at institutions and galleries including the South Bank Centre, the Wellcome Collection and The British Library. Internationally UVA have shown in Barcelona, Beijing, Hong Kong, Melbourne, New York, Paris, São Paulo, St. Petersburg, Taipei and Tokyo. 

Momentum, United Visual Artists
Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS, United Kingdom
13 February - 01 June 2014
Web: Barbican
Opening hour: Sat - Wed | 11am – 8pm; Thu - Fri | 11am – 9pm
Admission: Free


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