Emma Hart: Word Processor
Performance Event
7pm - Weds 25 Jan 2012

Word Processor is a Research Statement Performance Event forming part of Emma Hart’s Fine Art PhD thesis with the Contemporary Art Research Centre, Kingston University, to be completed in early 2012. The event was developed as the direct result of a three-week period of residency at the Stanley Picker Gallery through January 2012, during which the artist used words as the primary material for the production of the work presented.

Hart’s wider practice encompasses videos, performances and sculptures that ask not “what is it of?” but “what is it doing?”. She has presented solo exhibitions and performances at Cell Project Space, The Whitstable Biennale, Camden Arts Centre, Modern Art Oxford and Matt’s Gallery London, and is currently working on the Film and Video Umbrella/Jerwood Foundation award “Tomorrow Never Knows”.

Click here to read an interview with Emma Hart published on Dazed Digital website to coincide with her Stanley Picker Gallery performance.

Emma Hart is represented by Matt’s Gallery London.
Click here for more information on the artist.

Above image: Emma Hart ‘Arrows’ (installation image from the Whitstable Biennale 2010) Courtesy the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London

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