Presenting "It's not what it looks like," a solo exhibition by UK-based artist Emily Wardill. For her third solo show at the gallery, Wardill will transform the space into an immersive experience addressing the artist's interest in the complex and transient relationships between images, objects and ideas. The exhibition features the U.S. premiere of the artist's film I Gave My Love a Cherry That Had no Stone (2016), as well as interrelated relief sculptures and text-based rayograms.
Emily Wardill has transformed Altman Siegel into an immersive experience, featuring the U. S. premiere of the artist’s recent film “I Gave My Love a Cherry That Had no Stone,” 2016, alongside an installation of textiles-based relief sculptures and text-based rayograms comprised of film credits from a previous film. A book by Bergen Kunsthall and Motto Publishing also debuts this month.