In Emma Holden's work natural and manmade materials cohabit outside of their normal context questioning the fixed rules and meanings that we apply to our everyday experiences. The notion that the disposable is undesirable is binned and the honesty of her production is laid bare. Her passion for nature and the internal logic of organic structures is played out as she breathes new life into discarded and domestic materials such as Christmas trees, polystyrene and brown paper.
2003 MA Painting, The Royal College of Art.
2001 BA Painting, Gray's School of Art.
| Selected Solo Exhibitions
2007 Geography is a Flavour, August Art, London.
2006 Muster Station, Rockwell Gallery, London.
2006 Office Politix 131 Brick Lane, London.
2006 Continental Breakfast UGM (Umentnosta Galerija Maribor ), Slovenia.
2005 Imaginable, Foyer Gallery, Aberdeen.
2005 Creekside Open APT Gallery, London.
2004 r/est Backfabrik , Berlin.
2004 Careful What You Wish For Seven Seven Contemporary Art, London.
2003 21m2 Visningsrom, Stavanger , Norway.
2003 RANK City Radio Cars, London.
2003 The Art of the Impossible,
Centre Prize Exhibition The Great Eastern Hotel, London.