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  • Studios


     

     

    KARST Studios is a dedicated production space that houses nine studios for contemporary artists working in the city. From its humble DIY beginnings, KARST has established a studio culture that provides a professional, dynamic and critically engaged environment where dialogue and support is enabled for residing artists through the interaction of its public programme, exchange with visiting artists/curators, collaborative projects, and peer critique.


    The studio complex comprises of approximately 2000 square feet, including designated studios, a project/residency space, technical resources, kitchen facilities and communal areas.  The studio’s act a unique platform that provide a level of exposure that is affordable, professional and secure. KARST is committed to providing opportunity for artists at all stages of their careers: from recent graduates, emerging and mid-career artists to those established and working at an international level. Integral to the development of KARST, studio artists play an important part in contributing to the organisation’s growing presence.

     

    CURRENT STUDIO ARTISTS

     

    We welcome new applications from artists looking for studio space in the city. If you would like to visit the studios or would like to find out more please visit the link below or contact us direct at studios@karst.org.uk



    INFORMATION ON HOW TO APPLY FOR A STUDIO >>>


     



  • KARST STUDIOS

  • Graham Guy-Robinson - (STUDIO01)
    'WET LOOK' 2016. wet look faux leather, safety paint, steel. Cut by hand, Custom Paradise, Somos Gallery, Berlin. Photo Steve Tanner

  • Rosie King - (STUDIO03)

    G O N E (preserve us), 2017, Three screen video installation, Duration: 15 minutes 

  • Charlie Wildy - - (STUDIO04a)
    Amanda (strongly denies having fleas) emulsion, spray paint & crayon on reclaimed cardboard 111 x 123 cm, 2016

  • Laura Edmunds - (STUDIO04b)
    'The sun, the fog, the pink, the gold - for me' Drafting film, gesso, chalk, pencil. 2015

  • Carl Slater - (STUDIO05)
    'Miss America'sTrip to Technoland' (Film Stills) 2016

  • Keith Harrison - (STUDIO06)
    'Mute' National Museum Wales 2015

  • Clare Thornton - - (STUDIO07)
    'After Josef Beuys' Live Art Day, Worcester City Art Gallery. Photo by Daniel Bosworth 2013

  • Donna Howard - (STUDIO08)
    'The Place to be Seen' Neon & reclaimed materials, 2017

  • Paul Hillon - (STUDIO09)
    'Perpetual Imprisonment of the Truth(Mass) 2017 Dimensions 24x24cms 3D print / self levelling compound