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Emma Hart: Mouldy Tongue

Emma Hart: Mouldy Tongue

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Emma Hart
Mouldy Tongue, 2013

Medium: Ceramic tongue. The tongues have been individually press moulded and hand glazed.
Size: approximately 13 x 7.5 x 4.8 cm
Edition of 25

Can be bought together with partner edition Sexy Nature #4 for £320 - please contact the Bookshop on 0207 4725500 for discount.

Emma Hart’s work attempts to capture the confusion, discomfort and chaos of reality. This highly-saturated image and ceramic tongue were prominent motifs in her cacophonous exhibition in 2013. The tongues have been individually press-moulded and hand-glazed. created by Emma Hart to accompany her exhibition Dirty Looks at Camden Arts Centre 26 July - 29 September 2013.

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Emma Hart (b. 1974, London) lives and works in London. She has presented solo exhibitions and performances in galleries in the UK and internationally. These include: M20 Death Drives, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable (2012); TO DO, Matt’s Gallery, London, Outpost, Norwich and CIRCA Projects, Newcastle (2011/12); Word Processor, Stanley Picker Gallery, London (2012); Jam, Cell Project Space, London (2011). Selected group projects and exhibitions include: Nought to Sixty, ICA, London (collaboration with Benedict Drew) (2008); Performa 09, New York (collaboration with Benedict Drew) (2009); Reclaim the Mural, Whitechapel Gallery (2011/13). Residencies include Camden Arts Centre (2009) and Wysing Arts Centre (2012). She received an MA in Fine Art from the Slade in 2004 and completed her PhD in Fine Art at Kingston University in 2013. In 2012 Hart was shortlisted for the Jerwood / Film and Video Umbrella Awards. Hart is currently shortlisted for The Jarman Award (2013). In 2016 Emma Hart won the 6th Max Mara Prize for Women.