About Emma Anna
Emma Anna is an Australian-born artist, curator and writer. Over the past 15 years Emma has developed an international public art practice with a focus on the production of ephemeral and interactive work for diverse audiences, most notably the series of popup concrete poems known collectively as WORDPLAY. She currently lives and works between Australia and the Colombian Caribbean where she is the CoDirector of the independent art space, La Casa Verde. Emma’s work is held in national and international collections including the Randers Kunstmuseum, Denmark, the Cunningham Dax Collection, Melbourne and the City of Santa Clarita, California, and in private collections in Australia, Europe, Japan and the Americas.
2022 SWELL ARTWORK – HOLIDA(_), Emma Anna
HOLIDA(_) is the latest instalment in Emma’s ongoing WORDPLAY series. Emma provides us with a poetic gesture acknowledging the mental health challenges that we have collectively faced over the past several years. HOLIDA(_) is a concrete poem born from the detritus of the pandemic era. Nature is the greatest healer: let’s all head to the beach.
Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 9-18 September.