Sensorial Supper, 2019
Untitled (Anna), 2000
Song of Saint James, 2018
David Hockney's inked fingerprints on Rizla, 2018
This Antithesis, 2016
Sounding in Sign, 2016
A Pack of Fumographic Musings, 2019
Absorb Output, 2008
Untitled (Venice), 2011
Site visit to Lascaux IV, 2019
Untitled (Rio), 2017
Transient Hieroglyphics, 2016
Emma McCormick-Goodhart is an artist, writer and researcher based between New York and London, who experiments across media, timescales and modes of practice.
She has presented work at the Royal Opera House (London), MoMA PS1 (New York) for 89plus, Le Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Paris), The Merchant House (Amsterdam), Nahmad Projects (London), Bergen Assembly (Bergen), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Cambridge University (Cambridge) and Storefront for Art & Architecture (New York), among other sites. Her sound installation, “Sotto Voce,” on the pseudosonics of cigarette smoke, which features David Hockney, Patrick Higgins and others, was recently on view at Belmacz Gallery (London).
Her critical work has been published in Frieze, Flash Art, PIN–UP, Vestoj, Violet and The 3D Additivist Cookbook. Forthcoming are pieces in e-flux Architecture, on the Palaeolithic ear, Journal des Reves and Open Humanities Press Technographies series. She conceived a Sensorial Supper for the Clark Art Institute in April 2019, which was reviewed in The New Yorker’s Talk of the Town and GARAGE, and she recently launched Bureau Eponym, an agency for languaging. She co-hosts Tongue & Cheek for Montez Press Radio, a live monthly radio show around the gestural practice of voice.
She holds a Masters in Research Architecture from Goldsmiths College (London), a Post-Diplome from the Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (Paris), where she was also founding director of its counterpart nomadic program in New York City, and a Bachelors in Fine Art from Oxford University.
Present | Future
10—30 Sept 2019
Pioneer Works, New York
6 Oct 2019
Transmillennial Sonic Mirror
At the Edge of the Audible: Auscultating Non-Auditory Geographies
in Articulating Media: Genealogy, Interface, Situation, edited by James Gabrillo and Nathaniel Zetter, Open Humanities Press Technographies
Circle Time Season 2
DIS x PIN-UP, with Keller Easterling and Andres Jaque