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Emma Witter

Emma Witter is an artist that dreams with her hands and works to another time, where nothing is disposable and everything she touches might turn to gold. Working intuitively with found and rescued biomass – by-products of London’s restaurant industry or salvaged mud larking on the banks of the river Thames – her sculptures are sensational and beguiling. Witter breathes new life into lost things, and shows us value where we saw only waste. Her process is alchemical, transforming what has been discarded into what must be saved, and her art speaks to our contemporaneous notion of the sublime.

Emma holds a first-class honours degree in Performance Design from Central Saint Martins. On graduating, she won the ‘Seed Fund’ Award’ from UAL – followed by ‘Best New Business Award’ during Enterprise Week.

Numerous exhibitions include solo shows ‘A Moveable Feast’ for the Portman Estate in 2022 and ‘Small Ceremonies’ at A.P.A.P Gallery in Seoul in 2023. Emma is a former studio resident at the Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation and Selfridges in London. Nico Kos Earle, 2023