Revolve:R, edition four


Revolve:R, edition four – which began in the Summer 2021 and is due in 2023 – is a collaboration between artists, poets, filmmakers, and musicians from England and around the world (including Mainland Europe, America, Russia, Australia, and Africa). 


Picking up from where edition three left off Revolve:R, edition four holds a virtual litmus paper to the air and a finger to the pulse of the contemporary world to creatively explore some of the key issues of our times. With a central focus on the ever present Climate Change Emergency, against a backdrop of Global Pandemics and era of Lockdowns – via subjects including Artificial Intelligence, Modern-day Warfare, Cryptocurrencies, Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Activism – this collaborative and interdisciplinary work reflects on what it means to be human in an ever complex, uncertain, and chaotic world. The collective work of Revolve:R, edition four is thus intended to gently ask an open-ended question of its readers: If not now, when? If not you, who?


Revolve:R, edition four

Works by: Ricarda Vidal, Sam Treadaway, Portia Winters, Alicia Torres, Sébastien Theraulaz, Kate Street, Daniel Smedley, Kelsey Skordal, Matt Rowe, Jessica Michelle Le Roux, Pietro Reviglio, Bernd Reichert, Juneau Projects, Mika Plutitskaya, Liza Neklessa, John Matthias, Domingo Martinez, Lovegrove, Will Kendrick, Karl Katschthaler, IAM13e, Sarah Hinds, Alice Hendy, Heather Harvey, Emmy the Harp, Kailum Graves, Georgie Grace, Patrick Galway, Sève Favre, Elawiatr, Gen Doy, Amy Dickson, Charmagne Coble, Diana Ali (plus other guests to be confirmed). 


 “A great collaborative project and new edition – we are happy to support Revolve:R, edition four following the wonderful first three editions“.

Caterina De Pietri (Artphilein Foundation, Vaduz, Switzerland, CH)

An exciting fourth edition of Revolve:R, that continues to create a valuable platform for the exploration of ideas, collaborative working and cultural exchange“.

Kathryn Standing (Modus Operandi Art Consultants, London, UK)


Revolve:R editions now feature within major public collections worldwide including: 
Tate Artists’ Book Collection, Tate Britain, London, UK / MoMA Artists’ Book Collection, New York City, New York, USA / The British Library, London, UK / The National Poetry Library, Southbank Centre, London, UK / Newark Public Library, New Jersey, USA / Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, UK / Goldsmiths School of Art, London, UK / The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA / California Institute of the Arts, San Francisco, California, USA / Pratt Institute, New York City, New York, USA / MIT, Massachussetts, USA / The Neil Crawford Collection, London, UK / The Sutton Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK / Artphilein Editions & Choisi Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland, CH / amongst others and private collections. 

The project has also received funding or in-kind support from other galleries and cultural organisations including: Modus Operandi Art Consultants, London, UK / Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK / James Hockey & Foyer Galleries, Farnham, UK / Ceri Hand Gallery, London, UK / Spike Island, Bristol, UK / Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK / a-n, UK / Axisweb, UK / Visual Arts South West, UK / Thank-you to all.  


Revolve:R, edition four can now be pre-ordered (big RRP saving): here

> All supporters of the pre-order campaign shall receive the first copies of the Revolve:R, edition four when it arrives.

> Any orders for the first three Revolve:R editions (*during the pre-order campaign) will receive a complimentary copy of Revolve:R, edition four.

> Please feel free to forward a link to the pre-order page to any contacts who would be interested to learn about the project and forthcoming edition. 


Further information about the project can be found: here

Thank-you in advance and we would be delighted if you decide to pre-order a copy of Revolve:R, edition four for your collection.