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Emma Corrall

artist  |  Emma Corrall

London

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Emma aims for the objects she makes to behave in a theatrical way. Low value everyday objects are used, deliberately selected and assembled to remind the viewer of the expected gestural actions inherent in all of them. The sum of the installation's parts contain a sense of theatre as the objects, such as mops, have a simplicity of purpose, yet when combined with inanimate and unexpected objects many over rhetorical ... Read more
Emma aims for the objects she makes to behave in a theatrical way. Low value everyday objects are used, deliberately selected and assembled to remind the viewer of the expected gestural actions inherent in all of them. The sum of the installation's parts contain a sense of theatre as the objects, such as mops, have a simplicity of purpose, yet when combined with inanimate and unexpected objects many over rhetorical gestures are created. There is poverty to the collective image taken from her interest in found objects, from wax to lipstick, rolling pin to bowl to sieve mops and Styrofoam, roller velvet, bamboo. Then there is the treatment: housework; exotic dance; fearful ritual; the all seeing eye. Read less
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