The works carry with them contemplation of a journey from one point to another, where our connection to the outer world is activated. This activation does not necessarily appear to us objectively, sometimes it is subjective and sometimes it is an intention.
Emma Heiðarsdóttir (b. 1990 in Reykjavík) studied fine arts at Iceland University of the Arts and Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Emma´s work often deals with the shifting boundaries between sculpture and architecture, art, and life. The works are created using various mediums and tend to challenge our habitual view of the environment. Recent exhibitions include; Margin, solo exhibition, Reykjavík Art Museum, Sequences IX, Kling & Bang, and Formation, i8 Gallery.