Solo exhibition at Reykjavík Art Museum.

"In her exhibition, Emma Heiðarsdóttir poses questions on the moment and the place for art. Where and when does the art experience begin, how long does it last and where does it travel with the audience? The artwork usually plays a key role throughout this process as well as the exhibition site – the art museum. Emma turns these elements upside down and encourages the viewers to stop and ponder their experience." - Markús Þór Andrésson, curator.

Photographs by Pétur Thomsen and Emma Heiðarsdóttir

Preview. Plastic tubes, spray paint, plywood, plant from the museum´s lounge area.

Outside Brackets. Two interventions. Plywood, mdf, paint.

Overview. Photograph taken from the security camera of the exhibition space, documenting a performative action involving the museum ́s staff and eight octagonal hat sculptures. Archival inkjet print, frame.

Hats. Wall work arranged from octagonal hat sculptures.. Mdf, paint, plaster, burlap, varnish.

Installation view.

View. Binoculars, wood, paint, plastic bag placed in a tree outside the museum.