Emma Chalmers

Sinkhole (2011) gouache on paper, 25 cm x 25 cm

How often, when you’re wandering along a main street, do you stop to wonder about the spaces above the shops and their uses? Well today I had a glimpse when I climbed the stairs to the George St studio of Dunedin artist Emma Chalmers. Emma, a multidisciplinary artist working in painting, drawing, collage and kinetic installation, shares a third floor studio space with print maker Manu Berry, and filmmaker, photographer and video artist Max Bellamy. Before I sat down to chat with Emma I wandered into a gallery space at the rear of the studio to view some of her work. For the full interview click on THE ARTISTS and select Emma Chalmers.

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