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Emma Hart makes work that tests relationships. Personal, domestic and familial relationships are awkwardly exposed, whilst the power relationship between the viewer and artwork - who is attending to who?- is scrutinised.  Working in series, the accumulative effect of visual repetition is used to lean on and position the audience, often trying to manipulate them. She primarily works in ceramic, the material possessing an immediacy allowing for something crude and personal. In Hart’s hands it forms an ideal vehicle for a practice that addresses the repetitive patterns of the ups and downs of human behaviour.

The Sunday Painter
William Jarvis
Harry Beer
Tom Cole

12–16 Blenheim Grove
London SE15 4QL
United Kingdom

+44 207 735 5037

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Emma Hart, GB