Arts University Bournemouth PhD student, Juliette Losq has been included in the longlist for this years Ivan Juritz Prize.

The untitled work made the longlist in the Visual Art category of the 2019 prize.

When setting out the criteria for this years prize, the Ivan Juritz Prize was looking for artists and their work to be “both of their time and aware of debts to the past. Pound, calling on the modern artist to ‘make it new’, was, after all, creatively translating the ancient Chinese King Cheng Tang”.

Artists were also asked to submit an accompanying 150 word statement that required the artist to analyse the role of experimentation in their work, relating their work, whether sympathetically or antagonistically, to the creative experimentation of the modernist era.