Emily Hawes

Hawes makes sculptural, video and participatory works that are non-linear, gestural & reference ideas around performative thinking, geo-ethics & embodiment. Using various modes of staging as a tool, she is interested in producing affective encounters and these intentions are closely linked to her interest in strategies employed within postmodern theatre & dance practices.

Selected forthcoming and recent projects include; Modern Clay Residency, Birmingham (2017), Liquid Assets (in collaboration with Sophia Simensky), Art Licks Magazine 20 (2017), Interdisciplinary Residency (In collaboration with Rosanna Catterall), Hospitalfield, Arbroath (2016), Leverhulme Scholarship, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2015), ACTION:SPACE, Fondazione Rivoli Due, Milan (2014).

Image credit: Liquid Assets, Emily Hawes & Sophia Simensky, Sound & Ceramic Intervention, Peckham Rye Common, Art Licks Festival, 2016.

Hawes makes sculptural, video and participatory works that are non-linear, gestural & reference ideas around performative thinking, geo-ethics & embodiment. Using various modes of staging as a tool, she is interested in producing affective encounters and these intentions are closely linked to her interest in strategies employed within postmodern theatre & dance practices.

Selected forthcoming and recent projects include; Modern Clay Residency, Birmingham (2017), Liquid Assets (in collaboration with Sophia Simensky), Art Licks Magazine 20 (2017), Interdisciplinary Residency (In collaboration with Rosanna Catterall), Hospitalfield, Arbroath (2016), Leverhulme Scholarship, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2015), ACTION:SPACE, Fondazione Rivoli Due, Milan (2014).

Image credit: Liquid Assets, Emily Hawes & Sophia Simensky, Sound & Ceramic Intervention, Peckham Rye Common, Art Licks Festival, 2016.