E X H I B I T I O N S
- 2020 [ Solo Show ] - more info to come
- 2019 ' The Truth in Trafficking ' for International Human Trafficking Institute - Billboard Campaign, Atlanta
- 2019 'A Half pound of Art' - Gallery Stoerpunkt, Munich
- 2018-2019 'Dancing Auroras' together with Sebastian Dell'Uva: Art Suite at ICEHOTEL #29 - ICEHOTEL, Jukkasjärvi
- 2018 - 'Stroke Art Fair' with Gallery Stoerpunkt - Werksviertel Mitte, Munich
- 2018 'A Half pound of Art' - Gallery Stoerpunkt, Munich
- 2018 'Scope Art Fair' with Haven Gallery - Metropolitan Pavilion, New York
- 2017-2018 'Queen of the North' together with Sebastian Dell'Uva: Art Suite at ICEHOTEL #28 - ICEHOTEL, Jukkasjärvi
- 2017-2018 'Guillermo del Toro: At home with the Monsters' - Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
- 2017 'Heart's Blood' - Haven Gallery, New York
- 2017 'Anything but Decorative' - Gallery Stoerpunkt, Munich
- 2017 'Guillermo del Toro: At home with the Monsters' - Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis
- 2016 'Guillermo del Toro: At home with the Monsters' - Lacma, LA
- 2015 'Master Degree Exhibition' - Konstfack, Stockholm
- 2012 'Ann Wall Jubelee Awards Exhibition' - Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm
- 2012 'Metal Arts' - Nyckelviksskolan, Stockholm
- 2010 'Ann Wall Design Award Exhibition' - Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm
- 2010 'Degree Exhibition' - Beckmans, Stockholm
- 2010 'Degree Fashion Show' - Berns, Stockholm
- 2010 'In a Perfect World' - PUB, Stockholm
- 2009 'Knitted Fashion Show', Bratislava
- 2009 'Knitted Fashion Show' - Berns, Stockholm
- 2008 'Mode på Zorns tid och idag' - Zornmuseet, Mora.
" Most of my pieces are initially intended to be experienced up close in the same room as the audience, where the handcraft and many tactile aspects have not been lost in translation into photographs.
I like to create perplex pieces that are perceived in one way from afar only to become something else up close. Many of them are quite small and very detailed and this can hopefully generate a certain intimacy between the viewer and the object.
I hope that people find themselves questioning their own reaction to my work as well as their preconceived opinions. If it contributes to a conversation or simply spark any form of imagination I'm more than content. "
- Emilie Steele