As part of Open Studios 2020, we are profiling Wysing Associate artist Emma Smith.
30 30 is a digital survey of the last 10 years of her work that can be viewed here and via Emma’s social media channels.
Releasing one work a day for 30 days over July 2020, these works are collected here to be explored for the duration of Open Studios.
Emma has a social practice, investigating human relationship to one another and place. Working with thousands of people her work offers platforms for people to be together in person, online and remotely to take collective action.
Projects include for Tate, Barbican, Whitechapel, The Showroom, Grizedale Arts, ICA, Artsadmin, Kettle’s Yard, Arnolfini, We Are Primary, Nottingham Contemporary, Delfina Foundation, Wellcome Collection, Whitworth, Bluecoat, HOME, Tramway, Radar, Grand Union, Siobhan Davies, Art on the Underground, Freud Museum, Art Night London, South London Gallery, RCA, October Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, New Hall Art Collection, Wysing Arts Centre, New Hall Art Collection, BAU, Inland Campo Adentro, Matadero Madrid, Kunstmusem Luzern, Fabrikken for Kust of Design, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, MAAS Sydney, and Temple Contemporary.