Emma Neuberg (1969 - )

Emma Neuberg's work bridges printed textiles and fine art.  Trained in both, the printed surface is never  far beneath the manufactured surface.  Layering of handmade marks, media and pattern add depth and fluidity to the rigidity of the printed surface.  Central to her work, geometric structures are used to map ephemeral, changing and simultaneous elements and interactions.

As founder of the Slow Textiles Group, co-creation, collective working and group narrative are social imperatives and expressions of her make-up, modus operandi and vision.  Some of this complexity is visible in the work.

Exhibitions include Surface at ChelseaFuturespace, the Young Masters Art Prize, a British Council RCA Highlights Exhibition and the Materials Gallery at the Science Museum.