Open Studio: Emily Hornum

Facilitated by Jenn Garland | 27 October | 2pm – 3pm

Open Studios is PICA’s most popular series of artist talks that connect you personally with our current studio residents and provide invaluable insight into the artists’ processes and practices.

Join us for an intimate discussion with Emily Hornum (WA), a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Fremantle, Western Australia. Hornum works across a range of media including analogue photography, video and installation art. Her current project The world is full of hams is a video work created from 90s advertisements and TV footage from found VHS tapes.

This event will be facilitated by PICA’s own Front of House Manager and visual artist, Jenn Garland. Jenn adopts a research approach to
creating and questioning meaning and her practice incorporates fieldwork, process-based experimentation and archival records.

Come and explore PICA behind closed doors.

Limited spots available so please RSVP below.

  • Date & Time

    Saturday 27 October
    2pm – 3pm

  • Location

    Studio Zero

  • Cost

    FREE but RSVP essential.