In conversation with Emma Cousin
Wednesday, 4 November, 2020
The conversation took place via Zoom.
To listen to a recording click below
Emma Cousin is an artist who lives and works in London. Solo shows 2018/19 include: Milton Keynes Art Centre; Dolph Projects, Lewisham Arthouse Gallery and Edel Assanti Gallery, London. Recent group exhibitions 2019/20 include: Jerwood Visual Arts show ‘Survey’ at The Baltic Newcastle, Bluecoats Liverpool and G39 Cardiff and others. She is a visiting lecturer at Sotheby’s and teaches on Foundation at the Art Academy London. Emma graduated from Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford in 2007. She started her own project space, Bread and Jam in 2015-17, which she ran for 2 years in her home in Brockley. She recently established the podcast ‘Chats with artists under lockdown’. Cousin is currently showing in ’SOLOS’ at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art in London.
You can listen to Luke Burton talking to Emma Cousin during lockdown on her podcast ‘Chats with artists under lockdown’ here