Emma Plover - Artist
Through my creative practice, I explore my relationship to the spaces and landscapes I call home.
I'm interested in the ways I share these spaces with those around me, especially those who aren’t often seen.
By giving voice to my rural Queer experience, I seek to explore how my ADHD influences my practice as an artist and my experience of the world.
- ‘Subjective Utopias’ MMU Degree Show, Manchester 2019
- ‘The Moon’, Group exhibition, Foundation, Manchester, 2018
- ‘To Prosper’ Digital Commission, NEO Screen Festival, Manchester 2018
- ‘But still did not beget gender?’ Group exhibition, Link Gallery, Manchester 2018
- ‘What does my Queer Future Hold?’ Goodstock, Manchester, 2018
- ‘Born of the Soil’ Cass Art, Manchester 2018
- ‘Journey Home’ Link Gallery, Manchester 2017
I have ADHD and I consider myself Neurodiverse.
I pioneer support for people with mental health disabilities / people who define as Neurodiverse and their access to the arts.
I aim to challenge stigma, discrimination and prejudice towards mental health and I am open to discussing my conditions and how these affect me.
Please contact me for my access doc.
Workshops, events, talks I've attended
I'm always looking for accessible and affordable events to attend in Cardiff , Manchester, Birmingham and surrounding areas - I'd love to know of any that may be of interest!
‘Art and the Rural Imagination’, More than Ponies, Online
‘Disability Arts: Slaughtering the Sacred Cows’, MAC
Hidden Lives to Open Lives: LGBTQ History in Shropshire,Shrewsbury LGBT History Month
‘LGBT Youth/School Event’, Shrewsbury LGBT History Month
‘Jumping over the rainbow: The experience of LGBT+ asylum seekers’, Shrewsbury LGBT History Month
'The Gleaner's Library’, Alix Villanueva - Coventry Biennial
‘Queer Skills for Queer Artists’ SHOUT Festival
Organising Queer Film Festivals and Screenings - MMU
‘Guerrilla Filmmaking for the YouTube Generation’, HOME
‘Film Producing 101 Workshop’, HOME
'BFI Doc Society Local: Wales/Cymru’ Chapter Arts Centre
‘Filmmaker in Focus: Aaron Dunleavy’, HOME
‘The Rural: Commons’ Manchester School Of Art and Whitechapel Gallery Collaboration
‘Landscape Film Club’ Screening & discussion of Akenfield,
Organised by Dr Rosemary Shirley