Emma Haugh (b.1974) is a visual artist and educator based in Dublin and Berlin. She is interested in representations of desire and the examination of cultural structures (architectural, linguistic, spatial, educational) from queer-feminist and post colonial perspectives. She works with performance, publishing, installation and collaboration towards developing and proposing spaces of potential and alterity.
Recent projects include: When the Sea Looks Back – A Serpents Tale 2017, exhibition and performance programme at Nida Art Colony (LT) & District, Berlin (DE) :: Klöntal Triennale – Part of a Moment 2017, exhibition and performance programme, Kunsthaus Glarus (CH) :: Itinerant Assembly 2017, workshop & online publication, Gasworks/Royal College of Art, London (ENG) :: The Other Thing 2017, performance, MDT Theatre, Stockholm (SE) :: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Summer Seminar tutor, school of Architecture, Vienna (AT) :: Having A KiKi Queer Desire & Public Space 2016, editor, published by Paper Visual Art, Dublin/Berlin (IE/D).
Forthcoming projects include IMMA / NIVAL ROSC 50 / 1967 – 2017 Artist Research Commission, Irish Museum of Modern Art & NIVAL (IE).