People

Artist Emma Smith creates interactive installations and performances, through collaborative events and research, exploring the nature of human relationship and our connection to place.

 

Previous exhibitions / live works include Camden Arts Centre (2006), Whitechapel Gallery (2007 & 2008), Wysing Arts Centre (2010, 2011 & 2012), Grizedale Arts (2010-2012), Artsadmin (2011 & 2012), The Showroom (2011), Tate Modern and Tate Tanks (2011 & 2012), Radar (2013), ICA (2013), October Gallery (2014), Arnolfini (2015), Jerwood Gallery Hastings (2015), Kettle’s Yard (2015), Nottingham Contemporary (2016), RCA (2016), Wellcome Collection (2016), Barbican (2017), UK, with international projects in Australia, Canada, the Canadian Arctic, China, Demark, India, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lebanon, Mauritius, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Contributions to publications include Manifesta Journal (14), Gallery as Community (Whitechapel Gallery Publications) and Control Magazine (Stephen Willats). Smith’s book Practice of Place is published by Bedford Press (2015).