Beginning on 27January, the Alan Cristea Gallery is holding its first one-man exhibition of the work of Paul Schütze. The show will encompass the four sets of digital prints which we have published to date, as well as two new installation works. The latter will include his video projections of the Skoga Waterfall in Iceland, which in turn will frame a giant 'wall of letters' made from the text of Alain Robbe-Grillet's Topology of a Phantom City. Both will be accompanied by a sound work composed by the artist.
Paul Schütze has exhibited at the Hayward Gallery and is currently working on a sound commission for James Turrell's Roden Crater project. In September 2004, he has a one-man show at the Hordaland International Art Gallery in Norway and in November another exhibition at the M.K Ciurlionis National Art Museum in Kaunas, Lithuania.