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Emma Talbot, A Journey You Take Alone

Geburt und Tod – Beginn und Erode des menschlichen Lebens stephen im Mittelpunkt der Ausstellung A Journey You Take Alone von Emma Talbot. In ihren dicht verwobenen Bild- sequenzen auf Seide, in Videos oder als dreidimensionale Objekte, verarbeitet sie archaische Aspekte von Lie be und Trauer, Alter und Verganglichkeit aber such Then en wie Geschlechterungleichheit, KOrperlichkeit sowie das Zusam- menspiel von Natur und Spirituality. Oftmals flieBen per- sOnliche Erinnerungen oder Erfahrungen in die Geschichten der Kijnstlerin mit ein. Diese verbinden sick zu ihrer stilpra-genden Bildsprache, in der gesichtslose Wesen mit tierischen Lebewesen interagieren, stets durchsetzt von existenziellen Fragen oder Aussagen an das Leben und den Tod. Emma Talbot kombiniert Text und Bild und entwickelt dadurch eine charakteristische Asthetik, die sick schlieBlich in einer erzah-Ierischen Grundstruktur entfaltet.

Emma Talbot (* 1969, Stourbridge, lebt in London) ist Gewinnerin des 8. Max Mara Art Prize for Women und war2022 aufder Biennale di Venezia in The Milk of Dreams vertreten. Ihre Arbeiten wurden in Whitechapel Gallery, London; Collezione Maramotti, ltalien; Beiqiu Museum, China,” Victoria London; Eastside Projects, Birming- Kunsthaus Centre D’Art Pasquart, Arcadia Missa, New York,” KM21, Den Niederlande; Turner Contemporary, Marga- The Freud Museum; London; Lisson Gallery, London; Galerie On- rust, Amsterdam; Petra Rinck Galerie, DUsseldorf’ Aachenef
Kunstverein, Deutschland und Tate St. Ives, England ausgestellt. Talbot studierte am Birmingham institute of Art & Design und Royal College of Art in London.

The exhibition A Journey You Take Alone by Emma Talbot focuses on birth and death the beginning and end of human life. Her works, whether it be her densely woven sequences of images on silk, videos or three-dimensional objects, all deal with archaic aspects of love and mourning, age and transience, as well as with themes such as gender inequality, corporeality and the interplay between nature
and spirituality. The artist’s personal memories and periences often flow into her stories, combining to form her distinctive style, in which faceless beings interact with animal-like creatures and are always interspersed with existential questions or statements about life and death. Emma Talbot brings text and image together to develop a distinctive aesthetic that ultimately unfolds into a core
narrative structure. Emma Talbot (* 1969, Stourbridge, lives in London) is winner of the 8th Mara Art Prize for Women and was included in The Milk of Dreams at the Venice Biennale in 2022. Her work has been hibited at Whitechapel Gallery, London; Collezione Maramotti, Beiqiu Museum, China; Victoria London; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Kunsthaus Centre D’Art Pasquart, Switzerland; Arcadia
Missa, New York; KM21, The Hague, Netherlands; Turner Contempo- rary, Margate; The Freud Museum; London,” Lisson Gallery, London; Galerie Onrust, Amsterdam; Petra Rinck Galerie, DUsseldorf; Aachener Kunstverein, Germany and Tate Solves, England. Talbot studied at Birmingham institute of ArtDesign and Royal College of Art in London.

Eröffnung: Freitag, 01. Dezember, 19 Uhr
Kuratiert von Dr. Nadia Ismail
Eintritt frei
Laufzeit: 02.12.2023 – 28.04.2024
Geschlossen: 23.12.2023 – 01.01.2024 + 29.03 – 31.03.2024

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Appel à candidatures : Résidence artistique dans le PNR du Morvan

Dans le cadre du projet de « Valorisation des itinérances par des résidences d’artistes et des créations contemporaines », l’association des Parcs naturels du Massif central (IPAMAC) lance un appel à candidatures pour la mise en œuvre d’une résidence artistique dans le PNR du Morvan.

Cette résidence visera à valoriser l’itinérance et la pierre sèche, par l’expérimentation de nouvelles formes d’attention au patrimoine vernaculaire que constitue la pierre sèche. Les créations attendues sont libres : matérielles ou immatérielles, pérennes ou éphémères. La résidence est ouverte à toutes disciplines et pratiques artistiques.

Date limite de remise des candidatures : le dimanche 14 janvier à 23h59 à cette adresse : benjamin.cau@ipamac.fr

Pour tout renseignement : Benjamin Cau, chargé de projets Tourisme Durable, benjamin.cau@ipamac.fr




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