About Emily Wardill
Emily Wardill is British and was born in 1977. Today she is primarily based in Marseille. She is a graduate from the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design where she is now a Senior Lecturer.
Wardill primarily works with film and video, showing them as projections in specially staged spaces. Taking her point of departure in the relationship between materiality and ideas she works in an original, humorous, critical manner, mixing a wide range of genres. She often uses formal devices and expressions from various existing film genres, e.g. documentary film, televised theatre and melodramas.
Noticed on the international art scene
Wardill has had solo exhibitions at Badischer Kunstverein in Karlsruhe (2012), De Appel in Amsterdam (2009), and ICA in London (2008). Her work has been shown at the British Art Show in 2010 and 2011. She was included in the Venice Biennale 2011, and she has won the film artist award Jarman Award.
Wardill is represented by STANDARD, Oslo, Jonathan Viner Gallery, London, and Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco.
First visit in Denmark
The exhibition in the x-room was the first presentation of Wardill’s works in Denmark.
Emily Wardill in the x-room x-rummet
Read about the story in the film by Emily Wardill, where the main protagonist Eitienne tries to find love on the Internet.
Read about Emily Wardill's exhibition in the x-room. A thriller inspired film about love and manipulation.
Nykredit is the main sponsor of the x-room.