May 2018

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Ouditt for Wellcome

Visual Arts lecturer, Steve Ouditt has been awarded a place to attend the Wellcome Collection's Ideas Hub this coming September. The Hub offers artists and designers who work on projects that focus on art, life, medicine and science, a space to interact and share their ideas with a small group – just around 20 – from around the world.

Ouditt has been a lecturer in visual arts at the Department of Creative and Festival Arts since 2003 at UWI, St Augustine. He has exhibited at the Tenth Havana Bienal in Cuba in 2009. He has also exhibited at the Third Guangzhou Triennial 2008 at the Guangdong Museum of Art in China, and in New York at the Brooklyn Museum [2007], in Reykjavik Iceland at The Living Art Museum [2006], in London at the inIVA space [2000], and Camden Arts Centre and 198 Gallery Brixton [1997], in Manchester at The Cornerhouse Gallery [1997], in Glasgow, Scotland at the cca [1997], and in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic at National Art Gallery [1995] He has made presentations at the University of Havana in Cuba, the Tate Modern in London, Brooklyn Museum in New York, and at the Reykjavik Academie in Iceland. Ouditt studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Goldsmiths College at the University of London, and was a Researcher at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, Netherlands.