Emily Wardill was the first Bristol Mean Time artist in residence at Picture This.
Emily Wardill has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, including at the ICA, London 2008; Fortescue Avenue/Jonathan Viner, London 2005 and 2006; STANDARD, Oslo 2008; Grizedale, Lake District; and PS1 Contemporary Art Centre, New York 2004. Her work has been screened at the Art Now Lightbox, Tate Britain; the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; Witte de With, Rotterdam; and the London Film Festival. In 2008 she was nominated for for the Film London Jarman Award and went on to win it in 2010. She was the former laureate of the Follow Fluxus-After Fluxus grant 2008.
Emily Wardill is represented by Fortescue Avenue/Jonathan Viner.
Bristol Mean Time was an opportunity for a London based artist to spend three months in Bristol developing a new film and video work.
Time Unfolding - a DVD and online micro-site - is a curated selection of film and video works commissioned and produced by Picture This 2000 - 2007.
Ian White - writer and curator of artist's film - tries to unpick illusion and allegory in Emily Wardill's films.
Read a short interview with Tate's Stuart Comer on i-D online about the Jarman Awards which this year include Picture This commissioned artists Emily
Film London and Channel 4 in association with the Whitechapel Gallery have announced that the winner of this year’s Jarman Award is Emily
Emily Wardill's Sick Serena and Dregs and Wreck and Wreck as part of the 54th Biennale di Venezia