Emily Motto: I like to find out how things are made and where things come from – and I suppose that’s where my sculptural experiments stem from. What’s important for me is that all of the experiments I select and choose to work with still retain a kind of ‘magic’ element in their nature: in producing something unique that remains visually exciting even once the process is understood.
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Title: Another Arena. Date: 2016. Format/Materials: Ink on paper, tape, flour, paper mache, steel mesh, foam, acrylic, wool, tulle, fabric, cardboard, silicon, handmade doughs, powdered pigments. Dimensions: The Beaconsfield Upper Space (roughly 1600sq feet). Picture Credit: Emily Motto, Beaconsfield Contemporary Art, London