Emily Mast is a visual artist who works primarily with people, movement and sound to advocate uncertainty as live sculptural material. Her work consists of collaborative practices that celebrate their ambiguous position between art, theater, therapy, choreography, sociology and education. Emily's work has been seen at Performa and Simone Subal Gallery in New York, Mains d'Oeuvres in Paris, MUHKA in Antwerp, Samson Projects in Boston, and LACMA, LACE, REDCAT, the Velaslavasay Panorama, The Onion, Human Resources, Steve Turner Contemporary, the Blackbox and 533 in Los Angeles. Emily has been an artist-in-residence at the Headlands, Yaddo and Skowhegan. She was recently awarded a CCF Fellowship, a Rema Hort Mann Foundation Award and a CCI Investing in Artists Grant.
Awards & Recognitions
- CCF Fellowship, 2012
- Rema Hort Mann Foundation Award, 2013
- Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI) ARC Grant, 2012
- Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, 2009