Emma Frayne-Ford

Moving image artist, whose stills capture explorations of activism and identity

Emma Frayne-Ford is a Welsh-born video artist who grew up in the up in the 80/90s as the politics of Thatcherism brought the greatest civil and social unrest and violent protest that the UK has ever seen in modern times. After nearly 40 years of neoliberalism, the very same solutions are now being offered to the same problems, with the same intended victims. Emma’s artistic expression depends upon the use and combination of super 8 and digital 16 mm cameras. Her works focus on the ideas behind the fundamental human experiences and shifting landscape of western politics that puts GDP before people.

Emma gained a Masters Degree in filmmaking and developed her visual skills by exploring the methods and use of analogue formats within her experimental films.



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