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Emma Witter: Remember You Must Die

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Wednesday, 18 September 2019 to Sunday, 22 September 2019

Artist Emma Witter is breathing life back into bones in solo show at Sarabande Foundation

Artist Emma Witter will present a new series of work in Remember You Must Die, a solo show at the Sarabande Foundation from Wednesday 18th September to Sunday 22nd September, 2019. 

Featuring sculpture and special objects, derived mostly from bone, alongside photographic prints and a site-specific installation, the works will pay gentle tribute to the symbolic and emotionally loaded material. The series focuses on the flower motif, from which Witter forms beautifully intricate studies constructed from tiny chicken feet bones. 

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Emma Witter is a London based artist.In 2008, she earned her diploma in Art and Design from The London College of Fashion. In 2012, she received a first-class honours degree in Performance Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins.On graduating, Witter won the ‘Seed Fund Award’ from the University of the Arts London - a grant to set up her own studio practice in Food Sculpture, for which she won the ‘Best New Business Award’ during UAL Enterprise Week 2014. Other awards include ‘Eccentric Artist of the Year’ 2015, from The Eccentric Club - and the category of ‘Personal/Non published’ in the Creative Review Photo Annual 2015. She was noted at the Worth Global Style Network talent section as 'One to Watch'.

Witter has participated in numerous exhibitions, most notably her solo show Bloom at Hix Art 2018, an exhibition resulting from her three-month residency at Hix’s Tramshed restaurant. She was selected twice for the ING Discerning Eye show at The Mall Galleries 2017, and The London Group Open at The Cello Factory, in 2015 and 2017. Currently, she is a studio resident at Sarabande, the Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation, in London.

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Sarabande Foundation was founded in 2007 by fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen CBE. McQueen passionately believed that creative minds with the potential to push boundaries should be given the same opportunities he’d enjoyed. Named after McQueen’s 2007 Spring/Summer collection, the foundation provides scholarships to students at graduate and postgraduate level as well as housing artist studios at Sarabande HQ for designers, artists and jewellers. Sarabande is there to observe and facilitate – the partners and friends of Lee are there to guide and inspire.The space is a place where it’s safe to experiment, to succeed, to fail but always to move forward. The genesis of all Lee’s achievements was his open-minded approach to absorbing diverse creative influences and applying them in new and exciting ways. It is that openness and bravery that Sarabande seeks to inspire in future generations of creatives.

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Sarabande Foundation, 22 Hertford Rd, Haggerston, London N1 5SH

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