Master Class: Emma Talbot

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Emma Talbot, when screens break, 2020. HD colour video animation with sound, 5:32 mins. Still. Courtesy of the artist and Arcadia Missa.
Emma Talbot, when screens break, 2020. HD colour video animation with sound, 5:32 mins. Still. Courtesy of the artist and Arcadia Missa.

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Emma Talbot discusses her practice, which bridges the personal and political, and charts a feminist journey through prevalent contemporary concerns, such as social politics, gender, the natural world, and our intimacy with technology and language. Exploring inner landscapes through drawing, painting, installation and sculpture, her work could be understood as visual poems, imbued as they are with language, emotion and narrative.

Emma Talbot (b. 1969, UK) lives and works in London. She studied at the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design and Royal College of Art. Recent solo exhibitions and projects include those at CIRCA, Piccadilly Circus (2021), Eastside Projects (2020), Kunsthalle Giessen, Germany (2020), Dundee Contemporary Arts (2020), GEM Kunstmuseum , The Hague, Netherlands (2019-20), and ArtNight 2019 commission: Your Own Authority, William Morris Gallery. Her work is held in the collections of Guerlain, Paris, Arts Council Collection, City of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, David Roberts Collection, Saatchi Collection, University of the Arts London, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Fries Museum, Arnhem Museum, KRC Collection, AkzoNobel, all in the Netherlands. In 2020, Talbot was awarded the Max Mara Art Prize for Women.

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