Photo: Emma Pratt in Edinburgh, Scotland

Emma Pratt


Many different things interest me - domestic animals, human behaviour, traditional sculpture, architecture, body parts and film. The figure is a continuing 'theme' and point of reference for me. Indeed I find it difficult to create anything without considering a figure. If one is not present in the work it ultimately still affects my thought process. A stock of repeated motifs appear in my work, all of which are both readable and obscure. The covering of figures' faces with draped cloth, eight-sided spear-like objects, dismembered arms and large eyes are a recurring feature of my work. read full statement

Location Edinburgh, Scotland
Activities Higher education, Further education, Adult education, Residencies, Workshops, Learning projects / programmes, Arts in health, Community arts, Participatory projects, Public art, Private commissions, Curating, Gallery education, Visual arts consultancy, Project management, Technical installation
Artforms Education project, Ceramics, Drawing, Installation, Sculpture

News & Events

  • Everything Stuck to Him

    The Market Street Vaults, Edinburgh

    'Everything Stuck to Him' is an exhibition by artist collective Captain Lightfoot (Anneli Holmström, Emma Pratt and Kadie Salmon).

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  • Reclaimed: The Second Life of Sculpture

    04/04/2014 – 21/04/2014
    The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow (Part of Glasgow International)

    Reclaimed–The Second Life of Sculpture features work held in long-term storage, including historical, modern and contemporary pieces, some of which have not been seen by the public for over 2 decades.

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  • Everything is Vague Until You Make it Precise

    10/02/2014 – 14/02/2014
    The Briggait Project Spaces, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5H2

    Dates: 10th – 14th February 2014 Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 10 – 5pm

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  • push over

    30/11/2013 – 24/01/2014
    Meadow Mill Projects, WASPS, West Hendersons Wynd, Dundee, DD1 5BY

    Push Over consists of a new body of ceramic works created by Emma Pratt over the past eight weeks for Meadow Mill Projects.

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