Evgenia Emets

1979 was born in Poltava, USSR
2001 graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations
2002-2005 attended workshops by Galina Moskaleva, Alejandro Castellote (Spain), Irina Chmyreva, Pavel Smirnov
2006 Innovation Prize in Contemporary Arts, National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Russia
2006 Oros Kharasson residency, Syros, Greece
2007-2008 MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
2014 Arts Council Grant Award for KIMA project as Analema Group with performances including Union Chapel, UK
2016 Being Silence residency, Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, London
2016 Arts Council Grant Award for KIMA project as Analema Group with performance at the Roundhouse, UK
2017 A Slice of Time. By Other Means, London; Paradise Air, Shiro Oni Studio residency, Japan
2018 Eternal Forest. Raizvanguarda, Portugal
2018 CineEco Seia, Regional Award for Eternal Forest film, Portugal
2019 Eternal Forest Manifesto, Bienal de Coruche, Portugal
2019 Arts Council Grant Award for KIMA: Noise at Tate Exchange/Tate Modern, UK
  lives and works in Lisbon and Moscow
  British Library, London
  Gulbenkian Art Library, Lisbon
  Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
  National Poetry Library, London
Selected solo exhibitions
2003 Returning. Art Play Gallery, Moscow
2008 108. Contemporary Russian Art Festival, Museum of Asian Art, Corfu
2016 Being Silence, Crypt Gallery, London
2017 A Slice of Time. By Other Means, London
2018 Eternal Forest. Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Lisbon
  Eternal Forest. Casa do Artista, Gois, Portugal
2019 Eternal Forest, King’s College, London
Selected group exhibitions
2001 Photography saves the world. Moscow Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts, Moscow
2002 Sound of Nothing. Izvestia Exhibitions Hall, Moscow
  Came, saw, showed. National Center for Contemporary Art, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
2003 Classic interior photography. Lumiere Gallery, Moscow
2005 New Territories. ARCO, Madrid, Spain
  We. Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives. New Manege, Moscow
2006 Joint Adventure. Russian culture center, Vienna, Austria
2007 Okean X Forms. M’ARS Centre for contemporary art, Moscow
  PANDUS 2007. House-commune on the Ordzhonikidze street, Moscow
2008 The Echo of Now. Central Saint Martins College, Bargehouse, London
  The Elements of Light. Hellenic American Union, Athens
  The Elements of Light. Art Space 8, Istanbul Contemporary
  Manta Ray. Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
  The Echo of Now. Private Practice. Contemporary Art Space, Budapest
2009 The Echo of Now. Private Practice II. Empire Gallery, London
  Subjective Visions. 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art. National Bank Cultural Foundation, Thessaloniki, Greece
2010 A-Field. Analema Group. Market Estate Project, London
  The Echo of Now. East calls West. Pingyao International Photography Festival, China
  The Echo of Now. ULTRA. Colomb Art Gallery, London
2011 Root A. The Return: The House of the Nobleman. Frieze Art Fair, London
  In the Centre of Cyclone. Pravda, Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art
  Towards a Quiet Centre. Performance. Pushkin House, London
  Towards a Quiet Centre. Listening experience. Holy Trinity Church, London
2014 Echo of Now. Manezh Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow
  Kima. ICT & Art Connect. London
2015 Experimental Densities. Cornelius Foundation, London
2016 The Wave. Performance and installation. L’abri Fondation, Geneva
  The Wheel. Performance and installation. Roundhouse, London
  I AM. Poetry/sound performance. Baltic Art Form, Incloodu Deaf Arts Festival, London
  Atta-Anatta. Performance. Crypt Gallery, London
2017 Line is just a line. Shiro Oni. Onishi, Japan
  The Wave. Chelsea College of Art, London
2018 Minuteglass. Inter-Connect. 101. Mediapoetry, Future Unhuman, St. Petersburg
  KIMA: Voice, By Other Means. EVA, V&A Digital Futures, London
2019 Eternal Forest in PEA2019 book. Serralves, Porto, Portugal
  Eternal Forest Manifesto. Bienal de Coruche, Portugal
  Eternal Forest. Portuguese Embassy UK, Evolving the Forest Symposium, UK
  KIMA: Noise. Tate Exchange, Tate Modern
  KIMA: Voice, RCA. Imperial College, Barbican, UK