(b. 1986, Auckland, New Zealand)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting), Dunedin School of Art, Otago Polytechnic, Te Kura Matatini ki Otago, Dunedin, NZ, 2009
Emma Mudgway’s practice is mainly centred around drawing/illustration. The making process provides a space for an exploration of relationships, the subtleties of connection, our strivings for communication and where we find meaning in contemporary everyday life.
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In 2014, whilst based in London, UK, she co-founded The Kitchen Table Collective. To date the group have collaborated to produce 3 exhibitions and an independent publication Pain Perdu/French Toast. Issue 2 of Pain Perdu/French Toast will be launched in Spring 2017, in London.
Recent projects include: Double Tap That, Studio One Toi Tu, Auckland, NZ (2018); #stillhere. The Framing Workshop, Hamilton, NZ (2017); Pain Perdu/French Toast Issue 1 Launch, Actes D'amour/Acts of Love, Galerie Simple, Paris, France (2016); We Are: New Stories on Immigration, Ugly Duck Project Space, London, UK (2015); 1x Tab Breakfast, no mushroom, poached egg, 1 x sides- sausage: New Stories from the Tabernacle, The Tabernacle Gallery, London, UK (2015); Young and Gifted - Tui McLauchlan Art Award, New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, Wellington, NZ (2014); no ideas but in things, Toi Pōneke Gallery, Wellington, NZ (2013); Memory, Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt, NZ (2012)