Emma Critchley (born in 1983, UK) has worked as an underwater image-maker for over ten years. In 2011 she graduated with an MA from The Royal College of Art. Through working with a combination of photography, video and installation she explores the human relationship with the underwater environment. Critchley has developed works funded by The Photographers Gallery, The National Media Museum, The Arts Council England, The British Council and the Singapore International Foundation. Her award winning work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, including exhibitions at The Australian Centre of Photography, the ICA Singapore,The National Portrait Gallery, The Photographers Gallery and Saatchi Gallery’s New Sensations.
SharedSpace: Spatial Curation Symposium, Prague