Emily Hawes is a visual artist, based in Bournemouth, working across sculpture, video & participatory practice. With poetic tendencies & a non-linear approach, she proposes new relations to the body & the landscape, which are are informed by Posthuman Feminist thinking & ethics of care.
She often works in collaboration with other artists, researchers & interdisciplinary practitioners; most recently, working with dance artist Marta Ammendola to develop new choreographic work, responding to the ecologies within the Essex Estuaries, as part of a new commission for The Old Waterworks in Southend, funded by Arts Council England & the Artists Information company. She is a member of GU Women, a female-focused support network for artists in Birmingham.
Hawes studied at The Slade School of Fine Art MFA (2014) & The University of Brighton BA (2012).